After discovering a ‘cellphone’ in a WWII image, Facebook is convinced that time travel is real.

Isn’t he a man out of time?

Facebook investigators spotted an unusual-looking man in a black-and-white 1940s photograph, where he appears to be utilizing a technology far too advanced for the era.

According to the Sun, the mystery begins in 1943 in Reykjavik, Iceland, where the unusual character is noticed near stationed US soldiers during World War II.

However, he is not dressed in army clothing. Instead, he stands out by wearing a light-colored trench coat and holding his hand close to his ear, as if he’s talking on his telephone.

Social media users quickly chimed in, claiming that the man must be a time traveler.

The photo, which was first posted in 2016 on the Icelandic Facebook group Gamlar ljósmyndir by user Kristjan Hoffmann, was captioned: “One thing that draws attention to this beautiful picture is that above the window, in the corner in the middle of the picture, a man is leaning and is on a cellphone,” according to the outlet.

“I’m speechless; I don’t think he’s just talking on the phone… “He’s bewildered, standing alone, wearing different headwear than the rest, a scarf, and behaving as we would today,” Hoffmann observed.

Karolina Petursdottir, another user, compared herself to “Dr. Who,” according to the Mirror.

The image made it past the niche vintage photo club and into a conspiracy theory film titled “10 REAL Cases of Time Travel That Cannot Be Explained” on YouTube.

Surprisingly, none of those concerned suggested that the individual was a spy for the Axis troops.

Instead, more sensible members of the Facebook community claimed he was merely checking to see if his watch was working.

Others claimed he was simply smoking a pipe and scratching his ear during the photo.