Real-life Batman ties robbers to lampposts and uses ‘Joker’ make-up on their faces.


Real-life Batman ties robbers to lampposts and uses ‘Joker’ make-up on their faces.

The vigilante events come only a week after Mexican drug gangs warned tourists to avoid the country because it had become too dangerous due to a lack of police control.

This week, a trio of accused robbers were discovered tied to a lamppost, their faces painted in the likeness of Batman’s arch-nemesis the Joker.

A probable vigilante’s unusual conduct was discovered in the Rio Bravo area of Mexico.

The two criminal suspects were discovered tied to separate posts on opposite sides of the road near the Texas border, forcing them to stand.

A man was discovered shirtless with the words “soy rata” spray-painted on his chest, which means “I am a thief” in Spanish.

On the female’s forehead was written “por rata,” which means “for being a thief.”

Duct tape was used to secure them to the post.

According to reports, the woman introduced herself as Luz Magaly and managed to flee before being apprehended by local cops.

“I went after the woman,” the man stated in a video that went viral on social media in Mexico.

“I snatched her purse.” It was simple. “Right now, there is no work and no money,” I said as I grabbed my purse to depart. “That was simple for me,” he added.

“I humbly seek the woman’s pardon.” I wasn’t thinking clearly. I was on the verge of passing out from a heroin overdose. I apologize profusely.

“I beg your pardon.”

Over the weekend, the batman-like hero behind it struck again, tying four young men together and painting their faces like the Joker.

They were forced to march shirtless along a main road with their hands fastened with tape.

The state attorney general’s office in Tamaulipas has yet to respond to the instances.

This isn’t the first time something similar has happened.

After a suspected thief was held down and the term “por rata” was branded onto the man’s upper back with a hot, bespoke iron plate in 2019, vigilantes struck in a similar method.

On a street in Ecatepec, a town north of Mexico City, the act took place.

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