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Batman strikes!

A man dressed as the caped crusader Batman has handed over a wanted man at a Bradford police station before disappearing into the night.

Police said the costumed crime-fighter marched the 27-year-old man into Trafalgar House Police Station in the early hours of 25 February.
The man was charged with handling stolen goods and fraud offences.
Police said: "The person who brought the man in was dressed in a full Batman outfit. His identity remains unknown."
The suspect will appear before Bradford magistrates on Friday, police said.
BBC News - 'Batman' brings in suspect to Bradford police

Presumably, Batman rushed out to find the bloke who was Robin.
He was probably just wearing a dark, pressed three piece suit, that would certainly baffle the burnt out tallytubbies and pudding heads of Bradford plod!
Did he, by any chance, shout "Let me see my kids" before departing the police station ?

Another line of inquiry is the local ATOS centre. Who's trying to avoid being found fit for work ?

"Got 'im city" ?

Suspicions exist that the caped crusader was called in by the new police commissioner.
I'm trying to decide the if the moniker "Batman walt" fits. On the one hand, some porky Yorkshireman has donned a Batman outfit, but on the other hand, he's actually done what Batman does.

Perhaps the headline should be "Military walts put to shame by Batman".
Like most walthunters, you're immediately jumping to the conclusion that he's not the real Batman. I'm going to wait for further developments before I take sides.
Rumour has it that the caped crusader was none other than a member of the world's finest police service - Kent Police. They're taking justice to all over the UK in their relentless war against crime. He was only dressed as Batman so as to not embarass Bradford's finest.

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