​Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson admits he stole Snickers from 7-Eleven daily at age 14, says he went and bought all the Snickers ‘to right this wrong’

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Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson went to a 7-Eleven in Hawaii and bought all of the Snickers bars — the celebrity admitted that as a teen, he had stolen a king size Snickers bar every day for nearly a year, but claimed that he “finally got back home to right this wrong.”

“I finally exorcised this d*** chocolate demon that’s been gnawing at me for decades,” he wrote in an Instagram post.

“I was broke as hell, so I used to steal a king sized @snickers EVERY DAY from 7-11 for almost a year when I was 14yrs old, on my way to the gym,” he noted.

“The same clerk was there every day and always just turned her head and never busted me,” Johnson explained. “I’ve exercised a few big demons over the years (I still have a few left;) so I know this one seems VERY SILLY, but every time I come back home to Hawaii and drive by 7-11… I always knew I needed to go in and clean out every Snickers bar they had – the right way.”

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In a video, Johnson appeared to purchase items for other shoppers, and he indicated that he was going to leave his bag of Snickers behind, instructing the employees to give the bars to anyone who appeared to be stealing Snickers.

“And as a bonus it was a lot of fun to take care of everybody who walked into 7-11 while I was there. Least I could do considering all the s*** I used to steal from here,” he wrote. “We can’t change the past and some of the dumb stuff we may have done, but every once in a while we can add a little redeeming grace note to that situation — and maybe put a big smile on some stranger’s faces.”

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