Real Life Super Hero In Seattle Stops Crime

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in

Phoenix Jones, 22-years-old, roams the streets of Seattle in a rubber suit and keeps trouble at bay... seriously.
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Male 876
I wanna see Phoenix Jones v. Big Ounce. Place your bets now!
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Male 3,076
0.o humans protecting other without the need for personal gain |-( there is still hope for humanity :-)
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Female 129
I give him a lot of credit and the outift is not too bad either.
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Female 150
lolol, what an unsuspicious costume.
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Male 4
This will end like that SNL Digital Short with Andy Samberg as the superhero.
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Male 288
Kind of weird and killer at the same time!
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Male 351
what a drating idiot, the average person stays out of it for good reason, they will get a bullet to the brain or have the joy of finding out what it`s like to choke in their own blood if they mess with criminals. if someone is willing to break laws they are willing to murder others.

stay the drat out of it and leave it to the cops.


just my 0.02€
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Male 1,360
this is probably going to end tragically.
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Male 251
Yaay, the Watchmen is real.
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Female 1,515
I hope none of the 8 people doing this get hurt.
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Male 2,579
awesome
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Female 1
Now try that crap in New Orleans.
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Male 1,108
I wouldn`t be surprised if he got his own reality TV show soon.
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Male 307
uhhmmm.... Not so secret now.

Next time I see him, I`ll be sure to kick his ass.
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Male 1,598
Someone has been watching too much kick-ass
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Female 149
drat yes, i have been waiting for this since kick-ass
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Male 2,402
I submitted this story and video several days ago. Now I`ll be a troll from hell to the mods for their freaking cak ass attitude.

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Female 3,598
haha oh the easily influenced by movies...
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Male 109
"Kick-Ass" IRL?

And on a side-note, is it legal?
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Male 3,431
I hope that he spends some time in a gym and on a mat practicing, his hearts in the right place, but I`d feel bad hearing about him getting jumped and beat down.
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Male 255
headshot: you loose!
Buddy I`m sorry. But this probably will happen if you fcuk with the wrong thugs!
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Male 1,625
=D
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Male 4,793
Bravo to that guy. A few million or billion dollars and we have ourselves a genuine batman.
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Male 176
kudos for him. too bad vigilantism will never be completely accepted in our society...
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Male 958
dude can u say publicity whores...
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Male 50
His secret lair is in a comic book store! It would probably take me 10 minutes to google his location.
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Male 88
Are these the new furries?
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Male 506
Haha, would like to meet that guy when I head over to Seattle this summer :D
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Male 997
He aint got nothing on Angle Grinder Man Saving us from the most evil or criminals Wheel Clampers
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Male 757
kickass anyone?
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Male 1,083
that guy is gonna get shot. or arrested.
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Male 177
we have one in Cincinnati but he`s not a badass. He`s a tool. He calls himself the Shadow Hare
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Male 1,744
that secret lair ain`t so secret anymore
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Female 23
WooT, that`s pretty bad-ass, I hope I see this guy around town sometime. And I agree ledouxrt, he needs some sweeter boots.
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Female 11
Haha, I`m so glad I`m from Seattle.
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Male 224
who`s gonna watch the watchmen?
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Male 321
Those shoes are out of place. He needs some boots.
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Male 25,416
Thats just cool, dangerous, but cool!
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Male 127
Where DOES he get those wonderful toys?!
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Male 22
somebody watched "Kick-ass"...
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Male 114
I think suited crime fighter/crusader setup would be complete if he mentioned he had a cell phone to call the authorities. If his goal is to thwart crime in progress (ie: a mugging), the crook would leave the scene but the authorities need to be alerted otherwise.
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Male 2,419
obviously the bullet proof vest protects his legs, arms, and head just by association
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Male 108
to have*
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Male 2,700
Funny how alot of you people are even THINKING this dude could physically do anything to stop crime. A few half assed punches and this dude will be sweating like Rhino in his Titanium suit. There is a reason we have police, let them bumble around to benny hill music trying to stop a naked cracked running into the orphanage for his fix of ritalin.
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Male 108
@ premierwondr
No, im not questioning a coincidence. Im sure it`s highly likly that he`d run into something somewhere. It just seems odd. Maybe I`ve seen too many movies but it wouldn`t be hard too have some guy with a slimjim stand near cars and then spring into action once they both realize someone is there. Maybe he was in the right place at the right time. Maybe the man who reported it to the news is a friend trying to help his buddy get famous. I`m sure it`ll all come out eventually.
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Female 290
I like the idea but the poor guy will get the crap beat out of him on day.
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Male 975
Boredhero are you disputing the possiblity of a coincidence happening in a major city? I`d say the odds are pretty high that eventually Phoenix Jones would eventually run into a crime.

You`re probably right about the ghetto, but it would take a team of doctors, teachers, policemen, firefighters, psychologists, and engineers to make a difference there.
A man in a suit wouldn`t be able to accomplish much in the hood.
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Male 2,855
uhh, close the damn door to your super-secret library cave dumbass

seems like his archenemy, Lord Gayshortpants, has defeated him already
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Male 1,587
angelmassb- GW=geekology writer?

And I applaud this guys commitment. And wish I was as cool
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Male 130
I`d rather take on a cop who has to follow certain protocol than some nutjob who wears his undies on the outside of his tights.

Go get `em, son.
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Male 2,005
saw this in my newspaper, said something about military background and martial arts experiences,
also pic
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Male 868
Where`s Hit Girl? She was much cooler! But gotta give it to the guy for his comittment. Hopefully some psycho doesn`t take him out.
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Male 15,510
Lmao as GW said:

"a superhero with no superpowers is just a crimefighter who likes to cosplay. FACT!"
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Male 110
vigilantly justice for the win. until he meets up with an armed criminal.


bulletproof vest
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Male 192
He broke a major rule! He showed them the hideout, and on cameras none-the-less.
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Male 108
Okay...I`ve never been to Washington but based on the dudes clothes and the surrounding environment I`m willing to bet that that is a well-lit, upscale neighborhood. Im also betting that it was set-up. I mean come on guys. A dude in a well-made suit just happens to be in the right place at the right time and stop a thief in the act of a petty crime when someone happened to be there to see it. That`s either some amazing timing with extreme luck that the thief wasn`t a desperate criminal with a gun or completely over privileged nerd shenanigans. Either case, I bet you a million buck this dude stays away from the ghetto and rough parts of town.
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Female 426
Definitely not Kick-Ass...However, kudos to this stupidly brave soul.
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Male 38,507
I`ve been to Seattle.... not worth saving.
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Male 418
vigilantly justice for the win. until he meets up with an armed criminal.
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Male 2,670
I admire and respect him. I do, however, fear for him.

I hope he has Super Lawyer on retainer...
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Female 300
kick-ass he is not
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Female 798
He`s going to get shot one day.
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Male 112
Vigilante, the bad guys and the law will be looking for him. This will not end well... but fair dues to em.
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Male 235
hes not a super hero though is he he is just a hero he doesnt have powers
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Female 1,008
Brb Moving to Seattle.

I want to join his crew.
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Male 1,548
*trying to remember a relevant line from Kick-Ass to reference*
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Male 20,196
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