Triple exposure with Rolleiflex?

Creating a double exposure with a Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS film camera is possible, and with a little practice it's not really all that difficult; but, as far as I know, there is no way to create triple exposures with the MX-EVS, or any other model of Rolleiflex, for that matter. But I've been staring at this photo, and I keep thinking that it's a triple exposure.

Mostly I was just looking for an excuse to mess around with Ilford Pan F 50 film, because at the time I had never shot with film slower than 100 speed. I ended up not paying enough attention to my light meter, so I accidentally rated the film at 200 and then had it developed at 100. Oops. Anyway, the photos were awful. Probably the most boring roll I've shot in a year or more.

Double exposure or triple: Either way, it's an awful photo, and if I remember correctly, both exposures (or all three) were accidental. Sometimes when the camera is nearly 60 years old, it has a mind of its own. The photo of Dragon is marginally better, but only by comparison.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS film camera (c. 1954), with Ilford Pan F 50 film. San Francisco, California.

Rolleiflex Automat MX-EVS film camera (c. 1954), with Ilford Pan F 50 film. San Francisco, California.