Friday, April 9, 2021
Friday, April 9, 2021

Man in Superman sweater smacks man with a hammer at Wawa

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Police in Delaware County responded to an odd fight at a local convenience store Monday night .. to find a man running around the parking lot with a hammer.

Police were dispatched to the Wawa located on the 600 block of South Governor Printz Boulevard in Essington, Pennsylvania. The madness started just after 11 p.m. after what appeared to start off as a dispute inside the store that soon escalated outside.

The man was described as Middle Eastern with a beard .. wearing a Superman sweater & blue shorts.

Medics were also dispatched to the scene for a reported injury after the super-hero hit him with a hammer.

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Superman was subsequently arrested but one things for sure, don’t mess with a Delaware County Wawa customer. #GottaHaveAWawa


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