Nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah Benniemaaaaan!

Batman has been busy in the UK

via BBC

via BBC

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.”

We need our own super hero.  

We need Bennieman.  Yes, Bennieman.  Champion of the Tax Payer and the nightmare of Scum Tax Payer Money abusers.

He’s going to need some kind of outfit.  My first thought was something in a leopard print, like this

via TV3

via TV3

That will keep Bennieman nice and warm as well as provide some useful camo for stake-outs.

Next,we need some kind of mask, something bland, that doesn’t really stand out.  Something inoffensive, that has no message, that allows Bennieman to move among the people without causing any excitement whatsoever.

Something like this

via Listener

via Listener

But those are just my initial thoughts.  Perhaps we can flesh out the idea of Bennieman with some more ideas from my readers?

Bennieman is going to need a back story, some kind of transport, perhaps a side kick?

Share your ideas in the comments.

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