Do you ever get a pang of guilt over something you did as a child? Maybe it was bullying a classmate or cheating on a test. Don't worry, it's totally human and it happens to everyone, even WWE icon and movie superstar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
In a heartwarming Instagram video, Johnson took some time out of his busy schedule to make amends with everyone's favorite convenience store, 7-Eleven.
Johnson explained that he would stop by the same 7-Eleven every day when he was 14 years old and steal a king-sized Snickers bar, joking that it was his "pre-workout." He also noted that "The same clerk was there every day and always just turned her head," making it possible that she was aware of Johnson's not-so-sneaky snack cravings.
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Johnson and his family were evicted from Hawaii in 1987, cutting his possible redemption short. Over thirty years later, he finally got that chance.
Johnson rolled up to the same 7-Eleven and placed every Snickers bar in a brown paper bag, plopping them on the counter for the comically bewildered store clerk, BK, to scan. The WWE star instructed the employees to give a free Snickers to anyone that wants it, paying it forward after being sustained by the chocolatey goodness for a year. He also paid for the groceries of everyone else in the store, adding up to almost $300. Don't worry, Johnson also gave the employees a healthy tip for putting up with scanning a lot of candy bars.
This brings a whole new meaning to the Snickers campaign slogan, "You're not you when you're hungry."
Photo courtesy of Virisa Yong/BFA
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