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Seems the scary clown craze is not only in America.
There is an issue with people dressing up and frightening people in England, but they pissed off the wrong person: Batman.
Someone in Cumbria, in North West England, has been chasing off those dressed as clowns in the hopes of making children feel safe, The Telegraph reported.
A photo of Batman in action and a video surfaced of the British Caped Crusader telling kids it’s safe.
A group calling itself Cumbria Superheroes is behind the effort. According to The Telegraph, the group didn’t form to act as vigilantes so much as to reassure children there is nothing to be scared of concerning the clowns.
“As for you clowns, if you want to scare someone, why don’t you try and scare me,” the man dressed as Batman says in a video posted to Facebook.
There have been numerous issues with the clown craze in America, which has resulted in multiple arrests and clown costumes being banned from some schools for Halloween.
— Laura cufc (@laurabarr38) October 11, 2016
Clowns beware! Batman is patrolling the streets of Cumbria helping children who have been scared by the ‘clown craze’. pic.twitter.com/0DYjw9c5SF
— North West Tonight (@BBCNWT) October 12, 2016
Please reassure you’re kids there safe , they only know what you tell them #clownsaregood
Posted by Cumbria Superheroes on Wednesday, October 12, 2016
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