Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones lives to fight another day after officials decided not to press charges against him after he was accused of assaulting several people with pepper spray.
He claimed he was breaking up a fight outside a club, but the people claimed they were just dancing.
It seems that authorities agreed with the muscle suit wearing, 23-year-old crime fighter, who's real name is Benjamin John Francis Fodor.
City attorney Pete Holmes told the Seattle Times that his office had been unable to locate and interview two of the people pepper sprayed.
But he also had some strong words for the leader of the Rain City Superhero Movement.
He said: "Mr. Fodor is no hero, just a deeply misguided individual. He has been warned that his actions put himself in danger, and this latest episode demonstrates that innocent bystanders can also be harmed.”
Fodor, however refuted the claim on his facebook paged asking: "Would a 'guided' person just keep walking and allow someone to be kicked repeatedly in the head?"
His actions have also come at a cost for the wannabe Batman.
As we reported here he has already lost his job and been unmasked during his court appearance.
But he vowed to continue patrolling Seattle streets in the future.