Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones loses day job after arrest.

Image: Ted S. Warren / AP An arrest, an unmasking…

Image: Ted S. Warren / AP

An arrest, an unmasking and now the loss of his day job teaching autistic kids won’t keep self-proclaimed Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones from his mission of patrolling city streets.

In fact, said Phoenix Jones, whose real name is Benjamin John Francis Fodor, 23, he’ll have more time to protect the public from criminals.

“As a result of my new found free time I will be starting day patrols when I’m not looking for work,” Jones said Wednesday night in a Facebook post. “The real losers here are the kids that won’t understand why I’m not able to see them anymore.”

On Oct. 9, Fodor was arrested after pepper-spraying a group of people he said were fighting as they left a Seattle nightclub. He spent about seven hours in jail before posting $3,800 bail.

Source: MSNBC

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  • Ronin

    ” The Only Thing for Evil To Triumph, Is For Good Men To Do Nothing” hell I wouldn’t care if he was walking around in Depends, He was helping people and that’s not a bad thing.