J. Jonah Jameson Was Right All Along



From the L.A. Times:

A Spider-Man impersonator was arrested on
outstanding criminal warrants today after an incident in which he
allegedly slugged a man near the Hollywood and Highland complex, Los
Angeles police said.

It was not immediately clear what led to the altercation, which was
reported about 12:30 p.m. in the 6800 block of Hollywood Boulevard. But
it’s the latest in a string of incidents involving movie characters and
celebrity lookalikes who vie for space — and attention — along the
tourist-filled corridor that includes Grauman’s Chinese Theater.

Christopher Loomis, 39, was being held on outstanding misdemeanor warrants in lieu of $5,500 bail, police said.

The incident unfolded when LAPD patrol officers received a radio
call reporting a battery by a man in a Spider-Man costume. When they
arrived, they encountered four different people dressed as the
web-slinging crusader.  

“They stopped one, it wasn’t him,” LAPD Lt. Beverly Lewis said. “They stopped the second, and it was the suspect.”

The victim, who said he was hit in the face and arms, refused to
press charges against the costumed impersonator. But Lewis said that
when they discovered the warrants, he was booked. She said it appeared
the suspect and victim knew each other.

Has anyone checked to see if the “victim” was in fact the Chameleon in disguise? Or that maybe the whole incident was an elaborate trap by Mysterio? Just sayin’.