America's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) challenged its followers on Twitter to see if they could outsmart the Agency… and they did.
On Tuesday, the CIA posted an image to its Twitter account with the heading "Can you SPY the differences? Let us know how many you find?"
Eager to impress, users then quickly identified the differences. Some users could only get as little as four differences, while most of them managed to spy 11 differences.
The CIA then followed up, like a good detective should, with a post revealing the differences the next day. The agency identified the answers by posting the same image, but this time with 11 yellow blocks where they made the changes.
But, that’s when Twitter outsmarted the CIA. The Daily Mail reports that while most users managed to find the 11 differences, one user managed to find 13 and another 16.
#TriviaTuesday has been a thing for some time now, but it became a thing in the CIA circles about a month ago when the agency first posted a scene with differences and Twitter went crazy over it.
If it is to become a thing for budding spies, the CIA might just have gotten itself a huge following from everyday people on the street trying to outsmart them.
Watch the Luke Slytalker video below to see how he did while trying to identify the differences in the two images posted by the CIA.
Image credit: Twitter