Real Life-Batman arrested hanging from the Roof

In Michigan haben sie Batman verhaftet, als der friedlich an einem Dach rumhing. Ganz erstaunlich: Der Mann „describes himself as a 'geek' who is 'into comics and action figures' and counts 'The Dark Knight' as one of his two favorite movies“.

It all went down in Petoskey, MI where Mark Wayne Williams, 31, was peacefully minding his own business, climbing a building dressed as The Batman.

Alarmed residents in the town of 6000 called the police who arrived to find him on a rooftop in the center of town. You can imagine the vista of humanity — the good, the bad, the indifferent — that he beheld from his 30-ft vantage point. Police charged him with several felony counts of carrying concealed weapons, one count of carrying a gas-ejecting weapon and another count of creating a disturbance. The charges could net Williams up to five years in prison, and a $2500 fine.

Und falls Ihr wissen wollt, was Euch in Michigan erwartet, wenn Ihr als Batman verkleidet mit ein paar Waffen auf Dächern rumturnt:

Mark Wayne Williams faces one count of carrying a concealed weapon, for allegedly carrying Freeze Plus P, a felony offense, which carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison or a $2,500 fine; one count of carrying a concealed weapon, for allegedly carrying a folding steel baton or bludgeon, a felony offense, which carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison or a $2,500 fine; one count of carrying a concealed weapon, for allegedly carrying weighted Sap (sand filled) gloves, a felony offense, which carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison or a $2,500 fine; one count of dangerous weapon — gas ejective device, a felony offense, which carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and, or a $2,500 fine; one count of dangerous weapon — miscellaneous, for allegedly possessing a bludgeon, a felony offense, which carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and, or a $2,500 fine; one count of dangerous weapon — miscellaneous, for allegedly possessing a sand bag, a felony offense, which carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and, or a $2,500 fine; and one count of disturbing the peace, a misdemeanor offense with a maximum penalty of 90 days in jail and, or a $500 fine.

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