Arnold Schwarzenegger covering up a pothole goes viral

WATCH: Arnold Schwarzenegger covering up a pothole goes viral

Even celebrities can do their part to fix potholes...literally.

Arnold Schwarzenegger posts video filling in 'giant pothole' in L.A.
Image: @Schwarzenegger / Twitter

Arnold Schwarzenegger has always been a man of action. So when he noticed a giant pothole on the streets of Los Angeles, he didn't just gripe about it, he took action.

According to Bang Showbiz, the former California governor recently posted a video on Twitter of himself filling in the pothole with gravel and dirt. 

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The video shows Schwarzenegger in a bright orange safety vest, shoveling gravel and filling in the pothole with a wheelbarrow. 

As he works, Schwarzenegger makes some jokes about the size of the pothole, saying "It’s a big one!".

Have a look at the video below:

This isn’t the first time Schwarzenegger has gone out of his way to help his community. 

Last year, he donated $1 million of his own money to the Los Angeles Fire Department to help them fight the Woolsey Fire. 

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In addition, he has been vocal in his support of public transportation, clean energy, and other progressive initiatives.

Schwarzenegger’s actions are a reminder that we can all make a difference in our communities, no matter how big or small. 

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Whether it’s filling in a pothole or donating to a good cause, we can all do something to make a positive impact. 

As Schwarzenegger tweeted in his video, “There’s nothing we can’t do if we all pitch in.”

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