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The Rock surprised Navy veteran Oscar Rodriguez while he was in a cinema about to watch the actor's latest film Red Notice.
The wrestler-cum-Hollywood star came out in front of the screen and asked Oscar to walk down to the front.
He explained how moved he was after hearing about the veteran's service to his country in the Navy, his work that he does at his local church, the optimism he brings to his personal training business and his work feeding women who are victims of domestic abuse.
And, on top of all that, he also looks after his 75-year-old mum.
Oscar sounds like a pretty incredible guy and The Rock wanted to show his appreciation for all the things he manages to do in a day by giving him a humungous truck.
Johnson said in the caption to the video: "My original idea was to give away the Porsche Taycan, that I drive in the movie, Red Notice.
"So we reached out to Porsche, but they said no.
"But I still said, yes. I'll do one better. I'll give away my personal custom truck as the gift."
The Rock gave Oscar a letter to read out and it thanked him for his service and told him to enjoy his brand new ride.
The personal trainer was understandably overwhelmed with emotion and he dropped to his knees before giving Dwayne Johnson the biggest hug of his life.
Oscar said: "I'm just speechless. I'm so glad to meet you, I feel so encouraged right now, so uplifted. I'm encouraged by your motivation.
"I follow you on Instagram, I listen to your words. You inspire me.
"And yeah, let's do it. Let's change the world, one person, at a time."
As the personal trainer drove off in his new vehicle, The Rock said it was so nice making someone's day.
He said: "[It was] just an honour for me to give a little bit of joy to someone who deserves a lot more than just my truck.
"And now I can figure out how I'm getting home. Cause I don't have my ride."