Dressed in his home-made, all-leather Batman costume with the bat symbol proudly displayed on his chest and pointy ears on his cowl, Kohari, 26, cleans the streets, helps old people out and calls the police when he sees something suspicious. “I have decided to do good for the people. I take care of order and help clean up the environment so we can keep living on this planet,” Kohari told Reuters. There are some slight differences in the storylines of the real-life Kohari and fictional millionaire Bruce Wayne, the man behind the mask in Batman comic books, TV shows and films. For one, Kohari is a real-life person, whose path to the side of truth, justice and a tidy neighborhood once strayed to the wrong side of the law. The trained house painter spent eight months in jail last year and attempted suicide after he was released, before realizing he had a mission to make life in his community better. Lacking a full-time job, he moved into a dilapidated concrete apartment block on the edge of town where he turned an empty apartment -- with no electricity or running water -- into his very own Batcave from where he launches his street patrols.