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Help Superman find his Unicycle!

By Fenn 26 April 2010 6

On 17 April 2010, Superman [aka Adrian Redman] attended a little girl’s birthday party in the Woden region of Canberra, but left his unicycle behind as he left.

When a collegue of Superman’s realised it had been left behind, he flagged down a car and asked the driver if he was Superman. When he said yes, he was given a unicycle and drove off.

…. but he wasn’t Superman.

Now the real Superman is very very sad that he’s lost his unicycle so we’re spreading the word so that maybe someone knows the fraudulent ‘Superman’ and can return the unicycle.

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BimboGeek 9:23 am 27 Apr 10

And honestly, if someone flagged down my car and asked if I was superman, I’d probably assume it was a gag, go along with it and say yes. If they then gave me a unicycle I have no idea how the hell I would react!

I have trouble believing this person has “stolen” the unicycle, he’s probably been showing it off to his friends and having a huge laugh about the weird guy that gave it to him thinking he was “superman”.

DarkLadyWolfMother 8:08 am 27 Apr 10

Well duh. When Superman drives his car he’s using his secret identity, so of course his colleague wouldn’t recognise him!

justin heywood 10:46 pm 26 Apr 10

vg said :

Colleagues generally don’t have to ask each their identity

Yeah, but Superman may have been in his disguise as a mild-mannered reporter for the Canberra Times.

vg 6:39 pm 26 Apr 10

“When a collegue of Superman’s realised it had been left behind, he flagged down a car and asked the driver if he was Superman”

Colleagues generally don’t have to ask each their identity

Woody Mann-Caruso 4:31 pm 26 Apr 10

Some ‘collegue’ – doesn’t know what Superman looks like, and decides to start flagging random cars. Even Jimmy Olsen wasn’t that stupid.

“Hi, mysterious evil bald guy. Did you lose this key to the Fortress of Solitude?”
“Oh, yeah, totally. Thanks.”
“No worries, Superman!”

Ari 3:32 pm 26 Apr 10

When a collegue of Superman’s realised it had been left behind, he flagged down a car and asked the driver if he was Superman.

The driver was probably Batman’s sidekick: robbin’.

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