Written by Inhopeless
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Thursday, 10 February 2011

LOS ANGELES - A man in a black suit arrived at a scene, and has been an active citizen.

The man, whose name has not yet been obtained, wore a black suit and wore dark shades. At the scene, this man has been helping locals refrain from approaching the area the man is protecting, by directing them elsewhere.

The man, who turned up at the scene several hours ago, appears to be some fancy guy who was benevolent.

"This young man," said an elderly citizen, "has told me that there was nothing to see at this place. Maybe there was some untold evil there. Whoever he is, that young man stopped me from not going down the street. Who knows what might've happened."

"Maybe he's a superhero," said a 10-year old. "Defending LA from the untold unseeable bad thingy."

There has been much speculation, however many tourists have seen the entire thing as a novelty, including this reporter.

"Oh yeah," said Inhopeless. "Defo a wierd thing. However, there was a barrier there, and he told me not to cross it. Thank god!" Inhopeless gushed with praise for the man, and said there needed to be 'more people like him' in Blighty.

The man then dissapeared into a slick, black American car, most likely a Buick or a Chrysler.

"See?" said a citizen, "supporting American industry - right there. The man's a hero."

As of press time, a courteous youth in South Central LA was dealing powdered items to needy people.

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