You can add Lyft driver to Shaquille O'Neal's post-retirement resume.
The ride-hailing service has recruited the former NBA big man to go undercover as a Lyft driver in Atlanta for a YouTube video the company published Wednesday.
The video shows O'Neal portraying multiple characters, including an off-duty cop named Goose who sports a substantial beard, a Frenchman named Pierre who doesn’t speak any French, and a Rastafarian whose favorite movie is "Kazaam" — Shaq’s 1996 family comedy.
At the end of the nearly four-minute clip, O'Neal reveals his true identity to the unsuspecting riders.
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Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick and former San Francisco 49ers Jerry Rice have participated in the ride-sharing services' undercover series.
Commenting on his acting skills, O'Neal says he's come a long way since starring as a genie in "Kazaam." The 1996 box office flop has earned a rating of 6 percent among critics on the rating-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes.