Dwayne Johnson surprises 'proud & humble Navy veteran' with his own custom truck
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson had fans in tears when he shared a moving video of the moment he gave a truck to a veteran.
The touching video shared on Instagram shows US Navy veterinarian Oscar Rodriguez reading a note from the Jungle Cruise star saying, "Thank you for your service brother, have fun with your new truck."
Then he fell on his knees in tears before standing up and throwing his arms around the Hollywood star.
"Today was a good day," wrote Johnson.
"Merry Christmas [Rodriguez] and have fun with your new truck."
The star said he invited fans to a screening of his new movie Red Notice and wanted to do something "BIG ... something MASSIVE ... something memorable for a fan".
He had the idea of giving away the Porsche Taycan he drives in the film, but when that didn't work, the actor decided to "make a better one".
Johnson wrote: “I will be giving away my personal custom truck as a gift. My baby.
“I gathered as much information as I could about everyone in the audience, and ultimately, Oscar's story moved me.
“Takes care of his 75 year old mother. Personal trainer. Head of his church. Provides support and meals for women who have been victims of domestic violence. Proud and humble marine veteran. Friendly person.
"Oscar got it right just before he left - it's just love."
"That's all, brother," he continued. "Just love."
Fans were moved by the Red Notice star's gesture. (Photo: Image Press Agency / Sipa USA)
The actor's fans said they were emotional after seeing the video.
"Outstanding!" one wrote in the comments section while another said they were sobbing.
"That filled my heart," wrote another person.
“Moved me to tears here! That was great! "Wrote another.
Rodriguez later shared a photo of him with his arms around the Jumanji star.
"Hugging @therock is worth a thousand trucks!" he said.
"I could have gone home satisfied and satisfied knowing I had received a BEAR HUG from Dwayne Johnson, A Living Legend."
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