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Call him Santa "The Rock" Claus.
Dwayne Johnson surprised a Navy veteran with an early Christmas present close to his heart. During an unscheduled appearance at a screening of his movie Red Notice, the actor gifted his personal, custom-designed Ford pick-up truck of the audience members, Oscar Rodriguez, a trainer and executive producer at faith-based film production company Screenland Entertainment Productions.
On Wednesday, Nov. 24, the day before Thanksgiving, Johnson shared on his Instagram a video of the fan receiving his gift, who the actor dubbed his "baby."
"What the heck is happening?!" Rodriguez exclaimed, dropping to the ground beside the vehicle after reading a card from the actor that read, "Thank you for your service, brother. Enjoy your new truck."
Rodriguez then hugged Johnson and wept. "I thought this was your truck, bro!" he told the actor, who replied, "It is my truck! Now it's your truck!"
Rodriguez then FaceTimed his girlfriend and drove off in his new vehicle.
"I gathered as much information as I could about everyone in the audience and ultimately, Oscar's story moved me," The Rock, who owns several vehicles, wrote on Instagram. "Takes care of his 75 year old mom. Personal trainer. Leader at his church. Provides support and meals for women victimized by domestic violence. Proud & humble Navy veteran. Kind human being."
Johnson continued, "Oscar said it right, just before he drove away ~ it's just love. That's all it is, brother. Just love. Go enjoy your new truck dude and Merry Christmas to you and your family!!!"
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Rodriguez later shared the same video as well as pics of him standing in front of the truck and hugging Johnson.
"I have no words to express how blessed and grateful I am!!" he wrote, to which the actor responded, "You're a good man, brother. I'm so happy God & the universe connected our worlds. Keep doing great things!!"