Waring spotted the rock in a panoramic image posted to Gigapan. I traced that back to the original raw images taken by Perseverance in April 2021. Waring sees an "alien figure," a small person in a dark suit reclining and watching the rover. By zooming in to where it gets all fuzzy, I can see where that interpretation comes from.
In my imagination, the "figure" looks like a tiny sculptural representation of that famous Jurassic Park scene where sweaty Jeff Goldblum is reclining like he's at a boudoir photo shoot.
I don't blame Waring for the excitement. I get positively giddy when I see a neat Martian rock (here's looking at you, butt rock). And I'd be thrilled if a day came when scientists found intelligent alien life traipsing across Mars. But photos of nifty rock shapes aren't proof of life, past or present, on Mars.
There's something beautiful in the human desire to find familiar objects, faces and figures in random rocks on Mars. I see it as a form of optimism, of hope that we're not the only planet inhabited by brainy beings. So please keep seeing wild things on Mars, but let us also know them for what they really are.