Now to the latest on the Bradford Batman who turned in his friend to police. Well today it emerged that the man Stan Worby drove into the arms of the law, Daniel Frayne, is a former drug user with a string of convictions. Chris Kiddey reports.
The Bradford Batman was in court today - minus his costume.
Stan Worby was at the City Magistrates Court for the case of his friend who he handed over to police. Daniel Frayne admitted trying to cash a stolen cheque.
Daniel Frayne, the man handed over to police by a friend dressed as Batman has pleaded guilty to two offences at Bradford magistrates court. Frayne,27, admitted trying to cash a stolen cheque worth 300 pounds.
Stan Worby, who wore a Batman costume when he handed Frayne in came with him to court today, in regular clothes.
Bradford's Batman AKA Stan Worby explains all to Daybreak's Katy Fawcett. Stan's friend Danny Frayne, 27, has been charged with handling stolen goods and fraud-related offences, and will appear before magistrates on Friday.
Bradford's caped crusader has revealed he is "gobsmacked" by the publicity he has attracted. Batman, AKA delivery driver Stan Worby from Wyke, says his handing in of his friend to the local police station in the outfit was a pratical joke.
A Batman clad Stan was watching Bradford City's game at Wembley when he received a call from his friend, asking him to take him to the police station. Stan told him to wait until he got home and didn't even get time to change out of his costume before picking up his friend.
"I got the car and took him to the police station still dressed as Batman as a joke. He wanted to get straight there," said Stan. He has also defended criticism of his "paunch" saying it was because he was wearing his full tracksuit underneath the Batman costume.
Bradford's batman has been unmasked - he is Stan Worby a takeaway delivery driver!
News organisations from across the UK have been setting up camp outside a Bradford police station looking for a man dressed as Batman who handed a wanted man into police.