Superstar actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, 50, went back to right his wrongs at a 7-Eleven store in Hawaii, where he stole chocolate bars for a whole year as a teenager. He bought out the store’s supply of Snickers bars and left them for any hungry customers to take for free.
The actor who made this revelation on Instagram explained that as a kid, hunger forced him into a daily ritual of stealing a king-sized snicker bar from the store every day. This wasn’t just a generous move on Johnson’s part but a personal way of redeeming himself.
The video post, which was shared on the “Black Adam” actor’s Instagram, followed him as he entered a similar store in Hawaii where he purchased every last Snicker bar on the shelves.
Though ecstatic to fix his transgressions from yesteryears, Johnson has often been open about his family’s struggles to make ends meet during his teen years and how his family was eventually evicted from Hawaii. In 2017, the actor spoke about watching his parents depend on the kindness of others to help stretch their paychecks and put food on the table.
Johnson is known for his good deeds which include surprising students with disabilities, supporting kids with cancer, and making others happy, especially his mother.