Dwayne Johnson leaves fan in tears as star gives him his own truck

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Dwayne Johnson reduced a Navy veteran to tears as he gave him his own truck. The 49-year-old actor invited fans to a special screening of his new movie ‘Red Notice’ in Los Angeles, where he put on an array of freebies for his guests, and one supporter, Oscar Rodriguez, was given the star’s personal vehicle. The Hollywood star had originally planned to give away the Porsche Taycan he drives in his new Netflix film, but when Porsche “said no” he decided to donate one of his own motors to Oscar instead. Dwayne wrote on Instagram: “Today was a good day. Merry Christmas @coach_orod and enjoy your n…

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