After Hurricane Sally, The Rock’s metro Atlanta gate wouldn’t open. Guess what he did?

When you’re called The Rock, a little tropical storm damage is no deterrent

Last week, the remnants of Hurricane Sally hit metro Atlanta with enough wind and rain to take out the power at actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s home in metro Atlanta.

This also meant his entrance and exit gate wouldn’t open Friday morning. So he did what anybody nicknamed “The Rock” would do: physically rip the gate off himself.

Johnson told the story on Instagram, which has been liked by 4.7 million people as of late Saturday night.

“I tried to override the hydraulic system to open the gates, which usually works when the power goes out but this time it wouldn’t,” he wrote. Unfortunately, the tech repair folks couldn’t make it to him for 45 minutes, he said, and he had a call time to make it to the set at Pinewood Studios for “Black Adam,” a film in which he stars a the titular D.C. Comics villain. (He is simultaneously working on the film “Red Notice" starring him, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds at Atlanta Metro Studios.)

“I know I had hundreds of production crew members waiting for me to come to work so we can start our day," Johnson wrote. “So I did what I had to do. I pushed, pulled and ripped the gate completely off myself. Tore it out of the brick wall, severed the steel hydraulics and threw it on the grass."

After he left, the gate technician and welders came back to repair it and were apparently, “in disbelief and equally scared,” according to his security staff.

“Not my finest hour,” the Rock concluded in pure humble brag mode, “but I had to go to work. I think I’m ready to be #BlackAdam.”