Batman and Spider-Man have loads of fans around the world — just check out your local movie theater and comic book store. But when fans dress up as their favorite characters or try to pull off the same stunts, life doesn’t always imitate art. You’ve Gotta Watch these moments when "superheroes" get into legal trouble.
A man from Bar Harbor, Maine, who often dresses up as Batman made an April Fools’ Day Facebook post on his Batman page. He joked about blowing up a hospital, which police didn’t find so funny. Hear his explanation of the situation and how he’s making changes now.
This Maryland Batman posted a bat symbol instead of the legal tags on his Lamborghini “Batmobile.” Police pulled over the man as he was on his way to a hospital to cheer up children in his Batman costume. They seemed to get a kick out of his getup. See what they said to each other over the radio.
Alain Robert, the man dubbed the “French Spiderman,” is famous for scaling skyscrapers around the world with no harness. Here you can watch him climb a 57-story tower in Sydney. Unfortunately, the Australian police weren’t amused by the stunt.