Twenty-eight-year-old David “Civitron” Civatarese is a Boston-based real-life super hero. In his day job he works with adults with autism but in his free time, Civitron dons his home-made super hero disguise – a burgundy and orange jumpsuit – and takes to the sidewalk, assisting his community however he can by cleaning up the streets, helping out the homeless or families in need.

Originally posted: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/06/11/earlyshow/main5080828.shtml Average Citizens Become Caped Crusaders In The Battle Against Crime NEW YORK Superheroes Are Real! Everyday citizens around the world are mimicking movie superheroes by fighting crime and helping the needy. Michelle Miller reports. Real-life superhero Citizen …

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