Batman Begins: Young Boy Dressed As Caped Crusader Saves Baby From Scorching Car
On the mean streets of East Sussex, England, there is often nothing standing between the general public and utter chaos but a tiny, 5-year-old Batman and his pal, 2-year-old Superman. It happened in the parking lot of a local supermarket, when a woman accidentally locked her toddler inside her car with the windows rolled up. As it was a rare hot day in England, there was much concern. The police were called, but couldn't unlock the car.
So they broke a rear window, but as it was a small opening and to far from the front seat, where the keys were, it did no good. That is, until Zavi Ahmed, age 5, appeared.
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It was then that Zavi, who was with two-year-old brother Nadeen dressed as Superman, sprang into action and fearlessly volunteered to squeeze through the tiny gap to retrieve the keys. Mum-of-two Ms Ahmed, a teacher living in Uckfield, East Sussex, said: "That morning he decided he wanted to be dressed as Batman, I don't know why.
"My friend said he could go to Tesco and be a superhero and that's just what happened. We couldn't believe it. Of all the days for him to dress up and that happens."
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