As you're probably aware, we're rather partial to weird stuff here at Pulse. In fact, we love it (flying cat, anyone?). That's why we couldn't resist this one.
Meet Sydney's newest vigilante superhero, who's not actually a superhero at all. 'Mr. Notahero' patrols the after-dark streets of Sydney on his rollerblades with a camera attached to his head and tapes his most thrilling experiences and uploads them on to YouTube. These include falling down a staircase on The Star's opening night, copping a 'double-punch' to the chest from two partygoers and being arrested for climbing a building. He even has a faithful accomplice, mysteriously known only as 'Ninja'.
"I got all these stunt pads to do some stunts, (but) I never ended up doing any stunts with them until I just put them all on one day and I thought I kind of looked a little bit like a hero,'' Mr Notahero said.
"But I didn't want to be a hero,'' he said. "I didn't want the responsibility and I don't have any super powers. I was thinking about other names, but I was like, Mr Notahero...done! It's as if being in costume and having a camera gives you some sort of authority.''
You can check out a video of Mr. Notahero's escapades below.
Godspeed, Mr. Notahero.
Story source via The Daily Telegraph.
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