|BRUCE WAYNE HE AINT|
It's been a bad week for superheros and run ins with the law.
First Seattle based Phoenix Jones, was unmasked in the dock where he was facing charges of pepper spraying a group of people as they left a nightclub, which we reported here.
And now the so called Petoskey Batman has had his identity revealed after he was sentenced to six months of probation, after he was spotted atop a building wearing his costume.
No he's not Bruce Wayne, but Mark Wayne...Williams, and he ultimately pleaded guilty to attempted resisting, obstructing a police officer in the small Michigan town.
Officers who detained the man and located a baton-type striking weapon, a can of chemical irritant spray, which could have carried a five-year sentence, as it was a concealed weapon and a pair of Sap (sand-filled) gloves, according to cops.
According to the Petoskey News his lawyer told the court that he had no intention of using the weapons on the night he was busted adding: "Mr. Williams completely understands 100 percent why he's here."
It seems that his superhero days are now firmly behind him as one of the conditions of his probation set by circuit court judge Charles Johnson is that he is not to wear any costumes.
He told him: "You've had your 15 minutes of fame and it's time for you to put it behind you. Your actions were certainly blown out of proportion in the media in certain ways."
Williams will now return him and before you ask, no it's not Wayne Mansion in Gotham City.