Monday, February 3, 2014

Phoenix Jones Lit on Fire at Superbowl Street Riot

Phoenix Jones on the streets of Seattle on the night of Superbowl Sunday.

--Seattle

Phoenix Jones was on patrol with his team, the Rain City Superhero Movement, on the streets of Seattle after last night's Super Bowl.

According to an update on his Facebook page, Phoenix Jones and his team mates Midnight Jack and the Shade encountered fans celebrating the Seattle Seahawk's victory by starting bonfires in the street. The team tried to extinguish the fire, leading to a reveler trying to punch Midnight Jack and a piece of burning couch thrown at Phoenix Jones, who posted a picture showing fire damage to his "supersuit."

Jones reports (unedited):

"ONCE I SAW THE FIRE I DREW TASER ON THE SUSPECT HE TOOK OFF RUNNING. I PROCEEDED TO USE COOLING GEL FROM MY UTILITY BELT. ONCE THE FIRE WAS OUT A POLICE OFFER ASKED US TO LEAVE THE SCENE BECAUSE THERE COMING IN TO SHUT IT DOWN." 
Phoenix Jones displays fire damage to his suit.


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7 comments:

  1. Full of shite. I see no spark burns. On the cloth

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  2. One wasn't aware that Bullet Proof Kevlar (or whatever he claims his "body armor" is made of, is so easily destroyed by exposure to fire. Looking at it - and One Is no expert, it looks like rubber spraypainted. Too bad that $10,000 funding project to buy him a fancy suit didn't work out.

    Personally? One believes his pepper spray is flammable, and he didn't Know that, and he lit himself on fire.

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  3. Hahhaha whoever did this was indeed a hero in the night. Only thing worse than a cop is a fucking wanna-be cop

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  4. THIS IS ALL I EVER WANTED IN THE WORLD. I wish somebody had actually lit him on fire instead of just throwing something at him. This is so exciting.

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  5. Seeing all the comments on this, it seems that Allan Moore was right about how Superheroes would be treated in the real world.

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