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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson lookalike officer goes viral, makes use of fame for good trigger

A Morgan County, Ala., sheriff’s lieutenant has gone viral in a latest TikTok evaluating him to film star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. 

“Take a look at him!” the TikTok person exclaimed. “You can’t inform me that isn’t Mr. Dwayne.” 

It began after a Walmart worker instructed one other officer he “wished to fulfill [the] Deputy that folks say appears like ‘The Rock,’” in line with the Morgan County Sheriff’s Workplace Fb web page.  Lt. Eric Fields, the lookalike, was joyful to oblige and snapped an image, producing the social media stir. 

“It’s at all times been a working joke of individuals saying I resemble the Rock or… Vin Diesel,” Fields shared in an interview with Fox affiliate WBRC, “and I simply go together with it.”

His spouse received a kick out of the flattering comparability, too: “She loves it,” Fields stated with a relaxed posture and ear-to-ear grin, similar to the “Quick & Livid” star.   

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However he hasn’t saved the newfound fame to himself. He’s elevating consciousness for Sgt. Chris Dillard, a 26-year legislation enforcement veteran and function mannequin for a lot of on the Morgan Co. Sheriff’s Division, who not too long ago was identified with ALS.   

“To know Chris Dillard is to love him,” a GoFundMe put up reads. “He has the fame of being a wonderful Officer/Deputy however is an excellent higher man. His calming sense and smart phrases are welcome in any dialog. Nevertheless, it’s his caring coronary heart he exhibits for his group that stands out most.”

“He’s only a actually good husband, father, and…nice officer,” Fields echoed. “I needed to pull him out of the sphere when he received identified ‘trigger he wished to proceed to exit and work aspect by aspect with these guys.”

Finally, Fields stated he’d need to use his appears to advertise consciousness for Dillard. 

“I used to be simply pondering, I used to be praying, I used to be understanding… I stated… what am I imagined to do with this?’” Fields defined in response to the TikTok fame. The Dillard’s Warriors GoFundMe has sought to lift cash for Dillard’s remedy over the approaching months to alleviate the illness’s impact and has collected almost $8,000 of the specified $35,000 so far.

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However, as Fields factors out, cash just isn’t the one useful resource that might assist struggle Dillard’s situation. “I’m not saying we want a bunch of cash, however prayers and help… would imply every little thing.”

Morgan County is an hour’s drive north of Birmingham.

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