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Arnold Schwarzenegger is perhaps the most well-known action star in existence. However, that does not stop him from having to deal with the same issues that plague all of us.

He lives in Brentwood, a posh Los Angeles neighborhood, but they still have the type of problems that cause an average Joe to complain on a regular basis.

Photo: Twitter/@Schwarzenegger

This man was stuck dealing with a pothole, which seems like an impossible thing to consider. You would think that this is something that would have been fixed right away. Arnold Schwarzenegger would have been right to make this a bigger issue with the city but instead, he decided that he was going to take matters into his own hands. He was not going to wait for the city of Los Angeles to make things right.

Instead, he elected to fill the pothole himself. “Today, after the whole neighborhood has been upset about this giant pothole that’s been screwing up cars and bicycles for weeks, I went out with my team and fixed it,” he shared on his Twitter account. “I always say, let’s not complain, let’s do something about it. Here you go.”

Photo: Twitter/@Schwarzenegger

He even shared a video with his followers.

He and his neighbors were outside with Quikrete, filling up the hole and rendering the problem moot. This commercial-grade blacktop repair patch is typically used for asphalt repair. A woman is even seen in the video offering her sincere thanks to the star for taking the time out of his day to fix this hole.

Photo: Twitter/@Schwarzenegger

You’re welcome” he said, before adding, “You have to do it yourself. This is crazy. For three weeks I’ve been waiting for this hole to be closed.”

According to the Associated Press, a spokesperson for the celebrity this has been an issue that the neighborhood has been complaining about since winter.

While many commended the Arnold for his work cleaning up the hole, others pointed out that the “pothole” was actually a service trench.

According to NBC News, a spokesperson for the City of Los Angeles told NBC Los Angeles: “This location is not a pothole. It’s a service trench that relates to active, permitted work being performed at the location by SoCal Gas, who expects the work to be completed by the end of May.”