The caped crusader – in 1960s TV series costume rather than the latest Dark Knight incarnation – marched into Trafalgar House police station in the south of the city in the early hours of 25 February and handed over the suspected criminal, before disappearing into the night. Police have no idea of the real-life superhero’s identity.
The man was subsequently arrested by officers on suspicion of burglary, fraud and breaching a court order. He was charged with handling stolen goods and fraud-related offences and is due to appear at Bradford magistrates court on 8 March.
A West Yorkshire police spokesman said: “The person who brought the wanted man into the station was dressed in a full Batman outfit. His identity, however, remains unknown.”
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