BRENTWOOD—Arnold Schwarzenegger, 75, known from “The Terminator” films, posted a video on his Twitter Tuesday, April 11 documenting himself filling a pothole on the street.

The caption read:

“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. I always say, let’s not complain, let’s do something about it. Here you go.”

Fortune magazine stated Daniel Ketchell, a spokesperson for Schwarzenegger indicated that Brentwood residents repeatedly made requests for the pothole to be repaired.

Keith Mozee, Executive Director and General Manager of the Bureau of Street Services stated in a press conference on April 6 there have been 19,642 repair requests since December 30. He went on to say 17,459 of those repairs were completed.

The “Conan The Barbarian” actor served as the 38th Governor of California from 2003-2011 as a Republican. Schwarzenegger has been a Republican since the Nixon administration.

In 1985, he appeared in an anti-drug campaign video for the Reagan Administration. He accompanied Vice President George H. W. Bush during a campaign rally in 1988.

He tweeted in 2018 following the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush:

“My thoughts are with President Bush and the entire Bush family, along with every person on this planet who was lucky enough to call Barbara a friend. As heartbroken as I feel right now, I can hear her voice at Camp David telling us to not worry about her, to go on.”

He underwent heart surgery to replace a pulmonary valve in 2018.