, Dwayne Johnson pulls up next to a tour bus full of fans: ‘Paralysed and speechless’, The Nzuchi Times News

Dwayne Johnson pulls up next to a tour bus full of fans: ‘Paralysed and speechless’

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is making a habit of making his fans’ day!

The Jungle Cruise actor, 49, shared a hilarious video of him pulling up next to a tour bus and greeting the people onboard.

“Hey, you guys know where I can find The Rock?” he asked the tourists sitting on an open-top bus driving around his area. “How you guys doing? Everybody good? You guys having a good trip?” Watch above!

, Dwayne Johnson pulls up next to a tour bus full of fans: ‘Paralysed and speechless’, The Nzuchi Times News

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Johnson was visibly loving the close contact with his fans, calling it “the best parts of fame”.

“Sometimes they go bat s–t crazy with screams so loud they wake the dead,” he captioned the clip. “And sometimes they—literally—become paralyzed and speechless. Either way, this is some of the best parts of fame—making a few folks happy. And speechless.”

, Dwayne Johnson pulls up next to a tour bus full of fans: ‘Paralysed and speechless’, The Nzuchi Times News

, Dwayne Johnson pulls up next to a tour bus full of fans: ‘Paralysed and speechless’, The Nzuchi Times News

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In August, he pulled a similar stunt on fans who were driving around the neighbourhood on a tour bus.

“Alright this is kind of funny, there’s a tour bus here that always tours through my neighbourhood,” he said in a separate Instagram post, asking them, “Hey you guys know where I can find The Rock?”

Johnson also caught fans’ attention when he was recently compared to a lookalike Alabama police officer.

, Dwayne Johnson pulls up next to a tour bus full of fans: ‘Paralysed and speechless’, The Nzuchi Times News

“Oh s–t! Wow,” the actor tweeted, along with a split photo of himself and Patrol Lieutenant Eric Fields of Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.

“Guy on the left is way cooler,” he added, referencing Fields. “Stay safe brother and thank you for your service. One day we’ll drink @Teremana and I need to hear all your ‘Rock stories’ because I KNOW you got ’em.”

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