IF you manage to spot the tallest man in this optical illusion you belong to the elite with a top IQ.

Only one in ten people have been able to answer correctly as to which of the three men in the image is the tallest.

The puzzling picture shows three gunmen, seemingly of different heights, standing next to each other.

Take a close look at the image and focus on the three men- can you spot who is the tallest?

When the test was carried to a number of subjects only 10 per cent of them gave the right answer.

The majority responded that the man on the right appeared to be the tallest.


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The tricky image forces your brain to think, the man on the left is the shortest, the one in the middle is slightly taller and the gunman on the right is the tallest.

However, all men are of the same height.

If you take a closer look at the background you'll notice the lines behind the men create the illusive effect making them look of different heights.

And if you were able to spot that, you belong to a special 10 per cent of people who answered correctly.

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