Neighborhood hero! Florida Batman walks three-year-old girl to school after her mother announced she was bullied and came home with a BLACK EYE
- Jack Asbury III – called the Batman of Spring Hill – decided to walk Lydia Calculli at the end of August
- Lydia's mother said that her daughter came home with bruises on her face and hated going to school
- Erica Calculli added that she went to social media for help after she noticed the changed behavior of her daughter
- Asbury saw the post and reached out to Calculli to arrange the special moment
- He brought Lydia a Supergirl costume and brought her to school, much to the surprise of her colleagues
- Asbury launched a Batfund to raise money to help children because he is not the real Bruce Wayne and has real financial responsibilities
A man from Florida, dressed as Batman, made a three-year day when he accompanied her to school after the girl's mother shared on Facebook that her daughter was being bullied.
Jack Asbury III – called the Batman of Spring Hill – decided to walk three-year-old Lydia Calculli after her mother shared that her daughter had come home with bruises on her face.
& # 39; In the beginning it was very small and I thought it was just playing, so I let it go, & # 39; Erica Calculli explained WTSP.
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Jack Asbury III – called the Batman of Spring Hill – walked the three-year-old Lydia Calculli to the end of August
The worried mother took photos after Lydia came home with a red and black swollen eye in August.
He saw a message that the girl's mother, Erica Calculli, shared on Facebook that her daughter was being bullied at her school in Spring Hill, Florida,
Calculli continued: & # 39; She told me that & # 39; a couple of girls and a boy beat her and a girl threw a shoe at her eye & # 39;. & # 39;
She was worried about the noticeably changed behavior of her daughter and sought social media for help.
And just like the great & # 39; Bat signal & # 39 ;, Asbury saw the pole and immediately jumped into action.
& # 39; I made a new friend today. This is Lydia, & the Spring Hill Bat said in a August 28 message that just under 600 were shared.
& # 39; I was heartbreaking when I saw her mother's post being bullied at school. To the point that she didn't want to go. So I reached out and asked if I could take her to school. Hopefully this helps her to overcome the fear, knowing who has her back. & # 39;
In the post were cute photos from Lydia and the Florida superhero walking hand in hand into the school.
Asbury even bought a cute Supergirl costume for Lydia to wear.
The EMT told Yahoo Lifestyle that the young girl & # 39; shy and nervous & # 39; was when they first met. She finally came out when she realized that Asbury had a gift.
And just like the great & # 39; Bat signal & # 39 ;, Asbury saw the pole and immediately jumped into action
Students in the class should & # 39; Batman & # 39; when they saw the Caped Crusader and Lydia walk in
Asbury even bought a cute Supergirl costume for Lydia to wear
& # 39; I asked if I could walk her and if she could show me the way [to her school]. So she took my hand and led me inside, & # 39; Asbury explained.
Students in the class should & # 39; Batman & # 39; shouted when they saw the Caped Crusader and Lydia walk in. Asbury told the children that he was the & # 39; best friend of Lydia & # 39; used to be.
Calculli went to Facebook to share a message about Lydia & # 39; s day after Asbury's visit, which the Bat shared on the social media platform.
Asbury normally saves lives every day as an EMT
But the Batman from Spring Hill likes to help children and others in difficult times
& # 39; A little boy came to Lydia as soon as we walked to school this morning and said, "Hello dear friend Lydia," took her hand and walked her to class, "she said.
& # 39; I had to cry seriously. Thank you so much for being there for my baby! & # 39;
Asbury launched one Batfund because he is not real life Bruce Wayne and has real responsibilities, like his own children.
& # 39; This fundraising is going to help me help others & # 39 ;, he said on Facebook. & # 39; It will enable me to do more in the community for children and families. It will also help me to become the best Batman I could possibly do! & # 39;
Asbury has launched a Batfund because he is not the real Bruce Wayne and has real responsibilities, like his own children
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