One Mansfield Township man wants to be a real-life superhero.
So much so the 23-year-old was arrested Tuesday for it, police said.
Matthew Argintar walked around the Mansfield Home Depot's parking lot and asked customers if they needed help, according to a report on lehighvalleylive.com.
While Argintar may have thought he was trying to be a Good Samaritan, his outfit, which included tactical pants, elbow and arm pads and a bulletproof vest was a bit off-putting to the store's customers, the report said.
Argintar was charged with a disorderly persons offense and for possession of handcuffs, the report said.
Argintar was also wearing a Batman mask, the report said. Not particularly good timing after a man in .
Argintar, who said he is an honorably discharged member of the U.S. Army, was "trying to inspire hope because that's what the people need right now: hope," according to lehighvalleylive.com.