18:31 05 March 2013
On February 25th, a very unusual event happened at a UK police station. A man dressed as Batman handed over a suspect saying “I've caught this one for you”, before disappearing.
The suspect was charged with handling stolen goods and fraud offences.
Despite several speculations that “Batman” was already identified, police said they still don’t have an idea who he is or if he is friends with the suspect he brought in.
Meanwhile, a man named Stan Worby, who was friends with the suspect, has claimed that he was “Batman”.However, police were not convinced due to some discrepancies.
Although, there might be at least one person who knows his identity. Kathryn Sutcliffe of Kirkgate Market’s The Joke Shop, believes that she sold the Batman outfit to a man in his 20’s before the unusual event took place. She said that the man had a curly hair and local accent.
She added: "Usually they want the Dark Knight costume but he wanted this one. He wanted the one with the muscly chest as well. It's like the one Del Boy wears in Only Fools and Horses."
Neighborhood police team for the Buttershaw confirmed the incident through their Facebook account. The statement reads:
"Last week we had a very strange occurrence at the police station when a male wanted for an offence on our area was 'escorted' into our helpdesk at Trafalgar House by Batman.
"Batman came into the helpdesk, stated to the staff 'I've caught this one for you' and then promptly vanished into the night to fight crime and the fear of crime in Bradford.”
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