Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Pulls off His Steel Front Gate to Get to Work — Here's What Happened
Dwayne Johnson has taken the action from the movie sets to his Instagram page as he pulled off a movie-worthy feat on his way to work a couple of days ago.
Dwayne Johnson, popularly known as The Rock, shared a video showing the "destruction" he left behind when he was trying to get to work. His caption read:
"This footage was taken from my security after I had already left and he arrived on the scene."
The first video showed gate hinges attached to the brick wall of The Rock's home while the gates were laying around on the floor in a mess. A classy black Jeep was parked in front of the house while the person who the actor referred to as his "security" recorded the video.
There was an orderly line of trash bins outside the house while a flower bed took up the other side. Both sides could be seen sporting green, freshly mown lawns.
The second video showed technicians and welders hired by the "Jumanji" star as they moved the gate to place it gently in the grass. There were about three of them working as the "security" explained what was going on in the video. The Rock also explained as his caption added:
"The second video is of our technicians and welders carrying one of the gates and placing it gently in the grass…"
Fans have piled the post with over 37,000 comments with majority expressing their awe at The Rock's strength. Many demanded that he upload the video of him pulling off the gates.
The 36-year-old Lauren Hashian celebrated her birthday earlier this month just after the family announced testing positive to COVID.
The "Ballers" actor reportedly explained that the gate jam was as a result of a power outage during a severe storm and that he had tried to overhaul the hydraulic system to no avail.
He also waited for the technicians to arrive but they were taking too long and he had to get to work. The technicians were scared and shocked when they found out what happened.
Despite the hard exterior, Johnson seems to be a family man as he once took to Instagram to celebrate his wife's birthday. The 36-year-old Lauren Hashian celebrated her birthday earlier this month just after the family announced testing positive to COVID.
The 48-year-old shared in a video that himself, his wife and their two children had tested positive to COVID but were already recovering and grateful to be alive.