The Rock has joined the legions of people across the globe to have been vaccinated against Covid-19 - but it seems there are some who think the actor got his stunt double to do it for him. Yep.
Dwayne Johnson recently posted a photo to his Instagram showing him - or at least what he claims to be him - receiving his coronavirus vaccine.
However, due to the actor wearing a face mask in the pic, some of his followers have pointed out that he looks a bit different. Well, yeah, half his face is covered up. Why do you think bank robbers wear masks?
Commenting on the post, a few sceptical fans hypothesised that it wasn't actually the former WWE wrester getting the jab.
One user said: "That's his stunt double."
"That really doesn't look like you in the pic," pointed out another.
While a third claimed: "That's definitely your stunt double."
Thankfully, not everyone was trying to spread mistruths, some of the actor's fans were just impressed by his absolutely massive arms.
One joked: "With all that muscle they have to drill the vaccine into your body."
Another chimed in: "How many times did the needle break when they tried to put it in?"
A third said: "People telling him he will feel it tonight... what? A sore arm? Have you seen his arms?!? This man ain't scared of no sore arm."
If you're also impressed by the 49-year-old's rockin' physique, you will not be surprised to learn that it takes a lot of upkeep.
And according to his strength and fitness coach, Dave Rienzi, the Hollywood star has a diet and fitness regime that is purposely planned so that he's scene-ready 'at any moment'.
While some of that means muscle comes naturally, Rienzi revealed that bulks of it are a result of next-level dedication in every conceivable department.
He said: "We hold his conditioning in a very tight window to allow him to be 'scene ready' at any moment.
"Keeping him at striking distance ensures that we never need to take drastic measures to obtain a certain look or over-stress his body."
When he's not building mass for a role, The Rock eats the following (as an example):
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