Toronto’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man builds a web, makes Canada’s day wishing random passerby a happy March break, all while social distancing.
A friendly, real-life Spider-Man spread cheer in Toronto by building a web on a rooftop and chatting with pedestrians. The coronavirus crisis slammed the world with a slew of bad news, and there appears to be no end in sight. While nothing Spider-Man related has been delayed production-wise, there have been a host of movies and television programs postponed due to fears over the virus. Meanwhile, citizens worldwide are sheltering in place with nothing else to do but watch whatever’s on television. Thankfully, a real-life superhero is here to save the day with a vital dose of much needed happy news.
Toronto reporter, anchor, and host Brandon Gonez was delighted to catch the real-life Spider-Man on video and share it with the world on Twitter. A random passerby can be seen walking past Spider-Man as he focuses intently on building a web. Instead of ignoring the citizens of Toronto, the friendly superhero wishes them a happy March break, all while staying completely in character.