Holy smoke, Batman… this is Bradford, not Gotham City! Mystery superhero marches villain to police stationMan in full Batman costume brought suspect in by the scruff of his neck Vigilante declared 'I've caught this one for you' before disappearing Caped crusader revealed as Chinese takeaway delivery driver Stan WorbySuspect was a friend of Mr Worby's who was wanted for fraud By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 12:41 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 06:27 GMT, 5 March 2013 On the mean streets of Gotham City, he uses his physical prowess, intellect and state-of-the-art weapons to snare villains
Hardly the Batmobile is it: Nissan to give away car 'inspired' by hit Batman film Dark Knight RisesNissan to give away one-off Batman-themed Juke Competition held to celebrate DVD release of The Dark Knight RisesIt features bat-signal projectors fixed to the wing mirrors | UPDATED: 21:20 GMT, 16 December 2012 Holy cash-in Batman! A one-off Nissan Juke inspired by the Dark Knight Detective is being given away in a competition run by the the Japanese car giant.
Jobcentre worker, 60, scoops world's biggest ever online bingo win after landing 5.9MILLION jackpot from a bet of just 30p Grandfather John Orchard, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, won on SundayFormer factory worker trading his Renault Clio car for 40,000 Jaguar XFHe won jackpot on wheel of fortune-style game on website ButlersBingoBeat old record held by 'Georgios', 36, of Greece, who won 5.1m in 2009Old UK record held by Soraya Lowell, who won 1.2m in Scotland in 2008 | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 13 December 2012 A Jobcentre worker has scooped 5.9million in the world's biggest ever online bingo win – after betting just 30p on a video slot game based on Batman film The Dark Knight. John Orchard, 60, of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, had only been playing on the ButlersBingo website for a few days before his extraordinary win on a wheel of fortune-type of game on Sunday morning. The grandfather-of-three has traded his Renault Clio for a 40,000 Jaguar XF, is set to visit Center Parcs this weekend with his wife Linda and family and expects Christmas to ‘be a blinder this year’.