Batman: Costume-wearing vigilante who marched suspect into a police station is a Chinese takeaway delivery driver

Batman unmasked (and he's no Bruce Wayne): Costume-wearing vigilante who marched suspect into a police station is a Chinese takeaway delivery driver Man 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: 08:50 GMT, 5 March 2013 The vigilante dressed as Batman who frogmarched a wanted man into a police station was today unmasked as a Chinese takeaway delivery driver.

Lars Hedegaard: Writer who was fined for making insulting remarks about Islam survives assassination attempt

'The bullet flew past my ear': Danish writer who was fined for making insulting remarks about Islam narrowly survives doorstep assassination attemptGunman rang doorbell of Lars Hedegaard's apartment in CopenhagenFired a bullet that narrowly missed the 70-year-old's headWould-be assassin fled after Mr Hedegaard punched him in the facePolice searching for 'foreign' man aged between 20 and 25 By Kerry Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 19:09 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 23:51 GMT, 5 February 2013 A writer and outspoken critic of Islam narrowly escaped being shot dead after he opened his door to a would-be assassin posing as a delivery man at his home in Denmark. The gunman rang the doorbell of 70-year-old Lars Hedegaard's apartment in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, under the pretext of delivering a parcel, but when the writer opened his front door the hitman pulled out a weapon and fired a shot that just missed Mr Hedegaard's head. According to Mr Hedegaard, who described how the bullet 'flew past' his right ear, said the sniper fled after the writer punched him in the face causing him to drop his gun.

Two men arrested over brutal murder of organist Alan Greaves who was killed in "random attack" as he went to Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve

Two men arrested over brutal murder of organist killed in 'random attack' as he went to Midnight Mass Father-of-four Alan Greaves attacked with weapon on Christmas EveMan in his 20s and another in his 40s arrested on suspicion of murderMen are currently in custody and police are 'searching number of properties' Mr Greaves Found by pizza delivery driver but died from injuries in hospital'Bewildered' widow Maureen pays tribute to 'soft and caring husband' | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 29 December 2012 Respected: Church organist Alan Greaves, 68, was attacked on his way to Midnight Mass in Sheffield and later died from his injuries Two men have been arrested in relation to the murder of church organist Alan Greaves who was brutally attacked on his way to Midnight Mass.

Mother goes into labour nine weeks early at her husband"s hospital bedside after he almost dies in horrific crash

Mother goes into labour nine weeks early at her husband's hospital bedside after he almost dies in horrific crash Adam Hambly, of Plymouth, suffered serious injuries in the head on collision in November Wife Jo, 35, went into labour with baby Grace two months early as she waited at his bedside for him to recoverAll three now face Christmas in hospital as they recover in neighbouring wards | UPDATED: 19:15 GMT, 3 December 2012 A wife went into labour at her husband's hospital bedside nine weeks early after the shock of finding out he had suffered a horrific car crash. Adam Hambly, 32, was left fighting for his life after suffering multiple injuries in the head-on smash in November