Hollywood actor George Clooney reacts with members of the public as he leaves Tiger Lily restaurant on Nov. 12, 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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January 22, 2016 6:04 AM EST

Nespresso is suing an Israeli competitor for hiring an actor that looks uncannily like George Clooney.

Clooney has been the face of Nespresso since 2006, and the company has taken legal action against Espresso Club to “prevent customers from being misled,” according to the Associated Press. It’s demanding that Espresso Club pay $50,000 in damages and stop airing the commercial.

Whereas Nespresso’s tagline is “Experience a cup above,” Espresso Club advertises a more casual experience. The commercial, which starts by warning viewers that the actor is not in fact George Clooney, features a silver-haired man exiting what appears to be a Nespresso boutique and holding what appears to be a Nespresso bag—the logo is blurred out.

As he walks out, a voiceover says, “There’s nothing like a new espresso machine,” as the man makes eye contact with a beautiful stranger in a similar fashion to Clooney in his Nespresso ads. An Average Joe interrupts his moment to tell him, “Stop talking to yourself, they’re towing your car.” Confused, the Clooney lookalike declares, “But wait — I left the car with the valet!” Alas, there is no valet, and he watches as his car is driven away on the back of a tow truck. The plaid-clad man then tells him that wouldn’t have happened if he had an Espresso Club machine at home.

It ends with its own tagline which roughly translates to “simply to drink coffee.”

This article originally appeared on Fortune.com

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