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Some scared passengers aboard a full Sydney train called police saying that a man wearing a costume was wielding dangerous weapons!
That is definitely not something anyone would want to Marvel at!
Officers at the following Blacktown station brought the masked man onto the platform, and surrounded the guy who appeared to have two automatic pistols strapped to his legs, a bandolier of bullets, grenades, and two samurai swords.
Wow, this sounds like our nightmare scenario! But was this guy really the villain passengers feared him to be?
Whoa, this story just did a 180 on us!
In fact, the fundraising campaign dubbed Superhero Week is meant to help raise money for a hospice for children.
Awww, we are definitely crying manly tears now!
This real life superhero, Reuben Rose, was wearing the costume to his workplace to help convince some of his co-workers to donate to the hospice, Bear Cottage.
We know you really shouldn't give away your actual identity but you rock, Reuben!
We're glad he wasn't charged with any offense!