Wall Street witnessed a real-time Spider Man taking down a man who was harassing street performers and tourists.
It will not be the first time some superhero fanatic has tried to be a real life hero. The hit movie Kick-Ass is based on the whole idea. A real life teenager in a costume fighting some thugs. Wall Street recently witnessed its own version of a real life superhero.
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According to witnesses, there was a man that was harassing the street performers. He was hustling them while they performed. He was also disturbing the passerby people and tourists. It was really bad to experience.
That was until a guy donned in a Spider Man costume tackled the aggressor. He pummeled and wrestled him to the ground in front of a crowd of gawkers outside Toys “R” Us at Broadway and W. 44th St.
The web-slinging protector kicked and punched the mischief maker. Onlookers cheered him on as he put the man in a headlock.
The onlookers recorded the whole thing and put it on their Twitter and Instagram accounts. Goldberg, an onlooker, titled his video on Twitter as “Spider-Man saves the day in Times Square.”
It was also reported that the “Spider Man” had some pretty racial stuff to say to the person he was beating up.
The identity of the masked vigilante has not be revealed and no official arrest has been made. Arrests of similar people posing as Spider Man have been made, according to DailyMail.
A man was arrested and charged with allegedly punching a cop and breaking his glasses last July. Another by the name of Junior Bishop, clocked the cop as police tried to arrest him for soliciting tips, officials said.
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