would you be Batman off duty?

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Re: would you be Batman off duty?

by vette » Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:27 pm

Would be great to be Batman for a day or two.
Can't say I would like the permanent position though


Re: would you be Batman off duty?

by Nighthawk » Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:30 pm

Nooooooo.... I'm Captain America!

Re: would you be Batman off duty?

by pongolad » Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:18 pm

top bloke :sltm:

bet the 'perp' gets off with a slapped wrist :slnak:

would you be Batman off duty?

by falkor » Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:25 pm

Yorkshire's Batman stuns officers in Bradford as he brings wanted man into police station
On film, Batman’s rippling muscles and state-of-the-art weaponry strike fear into the hearts of Gotham City’s most terrifying villains. But in Bradford, a new incarnation of the caped crusader has been fighting crime despite a slightly less impressive physique.
By John-Paul Ford Rojas
1:15PM GMT 04 Mar 2013
The mystery vigilante dragged a wanted man by the scruff of the neck into a city centre police station where he handed him over to officers and told them: “I’ve caught this one for you.”

Dressed in a grey superhero outfit that was more joke shop than Hollywood, the “bizarre” incident was captured on CCTV last week. His paunch suggested a less rigorous exercise regime than the toned film stars who have lately taken on the role.

And while in Gotham, Batman takes on the likes of the Joker and the Penguin, with megalomaniac plans for world domination, his quarry on this occasion was a tracksuit-wearing 27-year-old accused of handling stolen goods and fraud offences.

But his true identity is equally mysterious, though since the incident took place in Bradford he may be less than likely to be a reclusive billionaire such as Bruce Wayne.

The images showed the vigilante, dressed in mask and cape, waiting at the police station counter before handing over the suspect – who is now due to appear before magistrates on Friday