Dwayne Johnson redeems himself years after stealing Snickers 7-11

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Dwayne « The Rock » Johnson has redeemed himself « decades » after stealing Snickers bars from a local store.

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The WWE legend turned Hollywood megastar revisited the 7-11 store he frequented as a kid in Hawaii, and recalled a time in his teens when he grabbed the chocolate treats from the shelves without pay them.

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Sharing a video on Instagram, he wrote, « Finally exorcised this damn chocolate demon that’s been eating away at me for decades.

“We were kicked out of Hawaii in 1987 and after all these years I finally came home to right that wrong.

“I was broke as hell so I used to steal a king size @snickers EVERY DAY from 7am-11am for almost a year when I was 14, going to the gym. (sic) »

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The Rock jokingly referred to the candy bar as his « pre-daily workout », and he recalled the saleswoman at the time « just turned my head and never broke me ».

He continued, « I’ve wielded a few big demons over the years (I still have a few left 😉 so I know this one sounds VERY SILLY, but every time I get back to Hawaii and I drive by 7-11…

« I always knew I had to go in and clean every Snickers bar they had – the right way (sic) »

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In the video, the Black Adam star can be seen buying all the bars on the shelf, and even taking care of other customers by paying for their purchases and leaving paid Snickers aside as a freebie.


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He continued, “And as a bonus, it was great fun dealing with everyone who came into 7-11 while I was there.

« The least I can do considering all the bullshit I used to steal here.

« We can’t change the past and some of the stupid things we may have done, but every once in a while we can add a little note of redeeming grace to this situation – and maybe put a big smile on everyone’s face. some foreigners. (sic) »

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