During The Corona-Lockdown Real-Life Spider-Man Jumps In To Help Isolated People
After many left in isolation all around the world, many others jumps in to help.
Probably noone expected that Marvel’s Spiderman will be there for his neighbours, but this situations occured in Britain. Believe it or not.
A British man has taken on the role of the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man and is delivering food to those who are self-isolating.
Steve Goodwin, 39, usually dresses in his lycra Spider-Man costume for his Superhero Parties business, which caters to kids’ birthdays and after school clubs.
However, as society starts start to practise social distancing and self-isolation to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Steve noticed an opportunity to be a real-life hero, and decided to don his mask and set about doing good in his hometown of Horsham, West Sussex.
The father-of-two has been doing shopping runs in his costume to help gather essentials for those who are staying indoors.
He spoke about the idea and the response to it, saying:
“The whole idea is to give people something to smile about while helping out self-isolating families.
Everyone loves it… People need a bit of cheering up right now”.
We love it too Steve!