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Asda ‘pranksters’ in court for assault: Fancy dress superheroes say it was only innocent fun


When a shocking video emerged of a so-called prankster dressed as Spider-Man kicking a female supermarket worker out cold, the footage went around the world.

Now a group of fancy-dress superheroes have appeared in court over the incident. The Spider-Man – Josh McDonald, 31 – was not at the hearing as he was suffering from Covid.

But his six co-accused, including an Ali-G, a Little Red Riding Hood, and a Goldilocks, all attended Kingston upon Thames Crown Court in south London.

Those in the dock over the incident, in which staff were allegedly beaten and left bloodied, are self-professed pranksters who video antics in supermarkets, watched by tens of thousands of online fans.

When a shocking video emerged of a so-called prankster dressed as Spider-Man kicking a female supermarket worker out cold, the footage went around the world

When a shocking video emerged of a so-called prankster dressed as Spider-Man kicking a female supermarket worker out cold, the footage went around the world

Sophie Roberts, 18, (pictured) also from Northampton was charged with violent disorder, assault causing actual bodily harm and causing grievous bodily harm by punching a female worker in the face

Sophie Roberts, 18, (pictured) also from Northampton was charged with violent disorder, assault causing actual bodily harm and causing…



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