The Hollywood A-lister gave his cousin or his stunt double an incredible gift of custom pick-up truck. The Rock posted the whole incident on Instagram while saying, “SURPRISE! I love handing over keys. I love you brother and enjoy your new truck!” to his cousin named Tanoai and his cousin, bigger as The Rock fell into tears. They have been doing an interview which was also a set-up to pave the way for this incredible gift.

“Over the course of my career, my stunt double (and cousin) Tanoai Reed has broken multiple bones, severed tendons, torn ligaments & just been an overall dominating bad ass achieving several ‘Stuntman of the Year’ honors.

“All done with one goal in mind – deliver the best movie possible to the world.”

Tanoai stared in amazement at this incredible customized pick-up truck in tears as he's still recovering from a recent stunt injury. The Rock said, “Not only does Tanoai represent our family and my career with relentless commitment and passion. He also represents an entire Hollywood stunt community that is truly the backbone of our business.”

The Rock concluded the happy story with “Love you also [brother] and thank you for the blood, sweat, tears and years. We’re just getting started. Enjoy your new truck!”

Tanoai Reed, a cousin, brother and stunt double to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been working as stunt double for 17 years and the incredible gift of custom pick-up truck is just a "small token of my appreciation" said The Rock in the video itself, while the whole interview is just a setup interview just to reveal the gift spontaneously. Weird!?!

See The Setup Interview Between Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Tanoai Reed

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Watch This Tear-Jerking Video From Two Huge-Muscled Hunks (Let Them Have Their Moment)

Harking back to the '80s, an Asian elephant named Kirsty was protected and transported to the now-shut Calderpark Zoo in Scotland.

There, Kirsty shaped a moment and mind blowing bond with her devoted coach and zookeeper, Peter Adamson.

The pair spent numerous years gaining from each other and fraternizing. In 1987, they were tragically part separated when she was moved to England's Chester Zoo in 1987.

Source: Little Things Tear-jerking bonding moments with her trainer after 35 years. Source: Little Things

Peter forgot about Kirsty as the years passed, yet he always remembered about her. She missed him frantically, as well, however the Chester Zoo is likewise where she met Judy — Kirsty's cherished deep rooted sidekick.

Together, Kirsty and Judy were exchanged to Dublin and lived there somewhere in the range of 1994 and 2005. They were then moved to the Neunkircher Zoo in Germany.

Peter chose he was resolved to see Kirsty once more, if at all conceivable. An Asian elephant's normal life expectancy is around 48 years, all things considered.

He in the long run discovered some data about her whereabouts on the web and was charmed to learn Kirsty was without a doubt alive and sound — and living in Germany where he was slated to relax.

Staff at the Neunkircher Zoo orchestrated their tragic get-together, 35 years really taking shape.

Peter didn't know that Kirsty, presently 52 years of age, would significantly recollect him. In any case, he was going to see whether the well-known axiom it genuine: that elephants always remember. Weird!?!