Superhero 'crime fighter' facing charges over Sydney brawl

A man dressed as a super hero crime fighter walked from a Sydney police station accused of the exact opposite - starting crime.

 

Police allege the costumed men started a brawl in the city on Saturday night, which left a man unconscious and needing medical treatment.

Officers were called to a nightclub on King Street just after 2am following reports a group of men had been involved in an brawl.

A man dressed as a super hero crime fighter Wolverine walked from a Sydney police station accused instead of starting crime. Picture: 7 News

They were held by security guards until police arrived.

Police allege the accused or, Wolverine as he's known, was kicked out of a city nightclub and started to brawl on the street.

The Blue Power Ranger was there to bail out his X-Men mate. Picture: 7 News

One man was taken to hospital as the man, dressed as Wolverine, was taken into custody.

Sunday morning the Blue Power Ranger was there to bail him out.

One man was taken to hospital following the brawl. Picture: 7 News

"It's just a misunderstanding," Wolverine told 7 News outside the police station.

At the same time as the superheroes were being dealt with by the real crime fighters, another brawl less than a kilometre away broke out, and another assault charge was laid.

Wolverine will face court later this month.

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