I’ve always imagined what it would be like living in a world where superheroes operate for real. Imagine hearing a loud thunder and all of a sudden Thor drops down to the ground, or Ironman walking around the colony casually sipping a Starbucks, or Wonder Woman appearing out of nowhere to knock the heads of two robbers looking inside from your window.
A lot of us may think that with the actual presence of superheroes, crime would be easier to control and curb. But with a recent incident, seems like the police don’t feel that way!
A very realistic looking ‘Batman’ arriving in his ‘Batmobile’ was turned down by the police when he approached them to help solve a crime.
According to sources, the wannabe Batman had come to help the local police force in Kelowna, British Columbia.
A passerby caught the entire incident on camera.
We can see a man dressed in an impressive Batman suit walking up to the police and a nice shot of the ‘Batmobile’ – a black pick-up truck with a Batman sign stuck at the back.
He gets into some kind of conversation with the police and then disappointedly heads back to his car.
A police spokesman said, “Situations like this are dynamic and subject to change very quickly: the presence of ‘Batman’ or anyone else is an unwanted distraction and foolish as they are placing themselves at risk”.
Sorry Batman, but the police had this one covered. But if you could tell us where you got that suit from, a lot of comic-con goers will be very happy!