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Twain Johnson ‘ripped’ an electrically powered gate from a brick wall during a power outage

Twain ‘The Rock’ Johnson ‘completely’ completely removed the electrically operated gate, making it impossible for him to go to work due to a power outage.

‘To prevent hundreds of production team members from waiting on him, the actor, who turned into a wrestler,‘ pushed, pulled and tore ’the entrance until he came off the brick wall on Friday.

‘Not my best hour, but a man should go to work,’ the torn movie star captioned the picture of the spread gate. ‘The power outage was caused by severe storms, so my front gate did not open.’

Unstoppable: Twain ‘The Rock’ Johnson automatically ‘completely’ removed the electric gate, making it impossible for him to go to work due to a power outage

When he tried to override the hydraulic system to open the gates that had previously worked, he said, ‘This time it can’t.’

After being told it would take about 45 minutes to get a CAT technician, The Rock worked, so no one could wait to start their day.

“My security team was able to meet with Kate Technician and welders an hour later – and they were” pessimistic as well as scared “of how I tore it up,” he told his 198 million Instagram followers.

There are no excuses: 'To prevent hundreds of production team members from waiting on him, the actor, who turned into a wrestler,' pushed, pulled and tore 'the entrance until he came off the brick wall on Friday.

There are no excuses: ‘To prevent hundreds of production team members from waiting on him, the actor, who turned into a wrestler,’ pushed, pulled and tore ‘the entrance until he came off the brick wall on Friday.

He ended his post by expressing his enthusiasm for portraying Black Adam as an adversary in the DC Universe.

Within two hours, the post received over 1.4 million likes and 29,600 comments.

‘What is the old adage? Are you stuck between The Rock and his workplace? ‘One of his followers mocked him in the comment section, while the others begged him to share security footage.

“My security team was able to meet with Kate Technician and welders an hour later – and they are” desperate and equally scared “of how I tore it up,” he told his 198 million Instagram followers.

Earlier this week, his production partner Hiram Garcia revealed that actor Corona has recovered from the virus.

Garcia, the brother of The Rock’s ex-wife Danny Garcia, said the icon has already returned to work on his next film Netflix project Red Notice.

Johnson’s wife Lauren Hashian, 36, and their two daughters, Jasmine, four, and Diana, two, were also diagnosed with Govt-19.

They all got it: the movie star got the virus from his wife Lauren Hashian, 36, and their two daughters Jasmine, four, and Diana.

They all got it: the movie star got the virus from his wife Lauren Hashian, 36, and their two daughters Jasmine, four, and Diana.

‘He’s a big family man,’ a source said People, He also adds that he is a serious individual who focuses laser on his family and his work.

The Fast and Furious owner star broke the news on Wednesday, September 2 in a nearly 12-minute Instagram video that his family has signed on to the Corona virus novel.

‘A positive test for COVID-19 is very different than recovering from a serious injury, being expelled or broken, which I have been over a few times,’ he began.

Point Father: 'He absolutely loves his women. They live without attention, so his girls can have a normal childhood ', a person in People said about The Rock

Point Father: ‘He absolutely loves his women. They live without attention, so his girls can have a normal childhood ‘, a person in People said about The Rock

‘My number 1 priority is to always protect my family and my loved ones … I wish I was the only one who tested positive. This is my whole family, it’s a kick in the gut. In a family we are good, we are on the other end of it, no longer contagious. Thank God we are healthy. ‘

He added, ‘We are now counting our blessings. We know you will not always be on the cusp of COVID-19.

‘Some of my best friends have lost their parents to this incredibly relentless and unforgiving virus. We count our blessings, but we are good. ‘

Maggie Benson

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