Can you spot the hidden object on this car seat?

A new brainteaser is baffling Internet users far and wide who have been left scratching their heads searching for an object hidden on this car seat. Can you see it?

The mystery object is difficult to spot at first.

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However, on closer inspection a perfectly-camouflaged grey iPad can be seen lurking on the back of the seat.

The image was posted to puzzle site by user Olivia Green.

It's not the only mind trick to go viral recently.

Last month, this image of a couple embracing on the beach left our brains hurting when it was uploaded by Reddit user Blood_Reaper.

The photo appears to show a loved-up pair in a tender embrace in what looks like a gorgeous beach setting.

But look closer and you will realise something is insanely confusing about the way the couple are standing.

It's almost impossible to fathom where the man ends and the woman begins - the woman's legs appear to be in front of the man but her torso is behind him - until you look closer and pay attention to the shorts the man in the photo is wearing.

The answer lies in the two-tone colour of the man's shorts. They have black panels on the side while the rest of it is white.

But because of the way the woman's legs are positioned, a quick glance makes you think that the white part of the garment belongs to her.

Places you won't believe are in London
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Places you won't believe are in London
This stunning royal park is best known for the 650 Red and Fallow deer that roam the hills and woodland. With ancient trees, plants, animals and butterflies, Richmond Park offers visitors peace in London. The National Nature Reserve has many glorious spots, including the beautiful Isabella Plantation, Pembroke Lodge and King Henry's Mound.
It might look like Holland but Brixton Windmill, also known as Ashby's Mill, is an 1816 windmill in south London and one of 12 that were built in the area. It was a working mill for 50 years before development blocked the wind powering the sails and it was later revived in 1902, but production was again halted in 1934.
One of the most outstanding features of the Horniman Museum, the Grade II listed Coombe Cliff Conservatory was constructed in 1894 to provide shelter and an artificial climate for sensitive plants. The stunning cast iron building features ornate decoration that gives an airy appearance.
Kyoto Garden is a Japanese-style garden, part of 55-acre Holland Park, which was donated by the Chamber of Commerce of Kyoto in 1991. The beautiful garden features koi carp and a bridge at the foot of a waterfall. It was created as a 'strolling garden' and is best seen in the spring and autumn.
Visitors to York House can check out the naked female statues, which resemble a water feature fit for an Italian garden. The Naked Ladies adorn a cascade and pool, and were imported from Italy by a fraudulent financier who took his own life when he was convicted in 1904. They depict eight Oceanids and a pair of aquatic horses.
Known as Neasden Temple, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a beautiful Hindu temple that features polished marble surfaces, ornate columns and spectacular vaulted ceilings. As one of the biggest Hindu temples outside India, it is open to visitors of all faiths to enjoy the peaceful space.
The London Wetland Centre is an urban oasis for wildlife and people. It is located just 10 minutes from Hammersmith and allows visitors to stroll among lakes, ponds and gardens for a delightful day out in London. Some of the best wildlife to spot include otters, geese and swans.
Britain's first Buddhist temple is a four-acre monastery with an ornamental lake, a small grove and a flower garden. Buddhapadipa Temple consists of the House where the monks live and a cottage. Visitors can join meditation classes and listen to Dhamma talks and discussions.
The pelicans at St James's Park live near Duck Island and were first introduced in 1644 as a gift from the Russian ambassador. There are currently four Eastern (or Great) White Pelicans in the park and visitors can witness the birds basking on their favourite rocks or being fed fish in the afternoon.
This pretty part of London is a tranquil canal area where you can relax at waterside cafes and pubs. The oasis of leafy calm is just minutes from Paddington, offering a charming place to stroll along the canal or watch the colourful narrowboats.
Artists' haven Eel Pie Island saw hundreds of revellers flock to its shores when the likes of Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton and The Who performed at its hotel in the 1960s. Today, the island is home to 120 residents and 26 artist's studios situated in and around a working boatyard. Twice a year, Eel Pie Island opens its doors to visitors to see inside the artist's studios.
One of London's treasures, Eltham Palace was built in the 1300s and was the home of a young Henry VIII. The palace was partially converted into an Art Deco house for 1930s millionaires. The gardens are a delight, featuring London's oldest working bridge, a rose garden, and a series of pools and cascades that run down to the moat.

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