An Alabama woman said she did not realize she was taking a photo of herself as a bodybuilder before posting it on Facebook, but that she does have a fake body.
The photo of Brittany Dibbs, who is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds, shows Dibs in a bikini, a shirt, and a black tank top with a white stripe running across the chest and stomach area.
She has also been photographed with other bodybuilders in various poses, including in the back of a pickup truck and in a motorcycle helmet, but the photos do not appear to be real.
The woman told CNN affiliate WAGA that she was going to the gym with her friends on Saturday when she saw the photo and thought she was being a little crazy.
But the photo did not come out of the blue, she said.
It happened because she was on vacation with her boyfriend and a friend, she told WAGH.
The bodybuilder is not the only one with a fake photo.
In February, a woman was arrested in Texas for posing as a woman in a photo she took of herself with a plastic bodybuilder.
The woman, whose name has not been released, had the photo sent to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.
The photo was posted to a Facebook page for bodybuilders.
The department says the photo is a joke and that the woman is being held in lieu of a court appearance.
The department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNN.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.