From ‘I’ll Be Back’ to ‘I’ll Fix That’: Arnold Schwarzenegger Takes Matters into His Own Hands and Fills ‘Pothole’ (Or Was it a City Service Trench?)

The well-known action actor and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, deals with challenges on a daily basis just like the rest of us. He still has to deal with problems like potholes while being in a wealthy area of Los Angeles like Brentwood.

Schwarzenegger recently revealed in a tweet that he and his team decided to take it upon themselves to repair a huge pothole that had been creating issues in his neighborhood for weeks. The celebrity made the decision to replace the hole using Quikrete, a commercial-grade blacktop repair patch often used for asphalt repair, rather than complain about it.

Schwarzenegger’s move was applauded by some, while others pointed out that the so-called “pothole” was really a service trench related to the current, permitted work being done by SoCal Gas. A City of Los Angeles representative stated that the area is not a pothole and that the work is anticipated to be finished by the end of May.

Despite the debate over whether the problem was actually a pothole or a service trench, Schwarzenegger’s message of self-initiative still resonates. In the end, he and his team were able to fill up the hole and render the problem moot.

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From ‘I’ll Be Back’ to ‘I’ll Fix That’: Arnold Schwarzenegger Takes Matters into His Own Hands and Fills ‘Pothole’ (Or Was it a City Service Trench?)
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