Decades after his family left the state, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson returned to Hawaii to make amends and exorcise the chocolate demon that had been gnawing at him for decades: stealing Snicker's bars at a 7-Eleven almost every day for a year on the his way to the gym when his family was broke. In a video posted on Instagram, the 50-year-old Black Adam star returned to the store Sunday and bought all the Snickers bars on the shelves, telling the cashier to give them to anybody who looks like they're stealing Snickers. He also picked up the tabs for other shoppers and posed for selfies with customers. His total came to $298. (Newser)
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