Andrew Baldock (44), a children’s martial arts teacher, and his friend Jason Baird (34) came up with the idea to utilize their daily exercise time to cheer up kids.
The duo now dresses up as the Marvel superhero Spiderman and entertains kids at Stockport, Lancashire in the United Kingdom, ABC News reported.
The UK authorities have allotted the time of one hour per day for exercise amid the lockdown in place. Baldock and Baird have been jogging, sprinting and fake web-shooting to bring smile on the faces of the little ones. News18 reported
Face book Page of ‘Stockport Spiderman’ specifies that,
“Spiderman follows strict government guidelines when out and about and always keeps social distancing in place”. It also urges people that “When you see him please shout from your window but do not come outside”.
The group already has over 1,000 members and Baldock thinks their initiative is worth it.