You really need to sit down and take stock of your life when someone who spends most of their waking hours dressed up like a superhero in Times Square straight up owns you.
DNA Info spoke with Geoff Goldberg, who filmed the incident, and he said the non-costumed man had been harassing other street performers before Spider-Man confronted him and the fight began.
No police report was filed over Tuesday’s slugfest, and there were no immediate arrests, cops said.
It’s not clear if this is the same Spider-Man who allegedly punched a cop in July 2014 near the same location.
One bystander is seen kneeling close to the altercation so he can capture a selfie, all while Spider-Man frantically wrestles his opponent in the background. The NYPD has no information of an arrest in the superhero smackdown caught on video. Enlarge @geoffgolberg via Twitter A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume gets into a fight outside the Toys “R” Us in Times Square on August 6, 2016.
In April, Bishop sought $1.5 million from the city after prosecutors declined to bring a case against him.