DAILYKENN.com -- Publicity set up? Probably not, given the violence that has gripped the new Islam-dominated London.
The story is: Benedict Cumberbatch bolted from this Uber ride to fend for a delivery guy being assaulted by four thugs. The Uber driver joined the fray, reports say.
Violent crime in London has escalated dramatically as the the once great city dissolves into sh*thole status; compliments of the massive insurgence of Muslim slugs from 3rd-world nations.
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British actor Benedict Cumberbatch embodied a real-life superhero after reportedly saving a cyclist who was being attacked on the streets of London.
The star, who is known for portraying Sherlock Holmes in the hit BBC series "Sherlock," reportedly saved a food delivery cyclist after he was being beaten up by a gang of about four people, which The Sun reported were muggers.
According to Sky News, Cumberbatch was reportedly in an Uber with his wife, Sophie Hunter, when they spotted the victim. The star caught sight of the delivery man being hit over the head with a bottle and decided to take action.
Cumberbatch's Uber driver Manuel Dias told The Sun, “I was taking Benedict and his wife to a club — but I didn’t know it was him at first. I went to turn down into Marylebone High Street and we saw four guys were pushing around a Deliveroo cyclist."
He continued and said, “My passenger jumped out, ran over and pulled the men away. They turned towards him and things looked like getting worse, so I joined in. He stood there instructing them in the street, shouting, ‘Leave him alone’."
The Uber driver then explained that it wasn't until later that he noticed his passenger was actually Sherlock Holmes, who also plays “Avengers” superhero Doctor Strange in the Marvel Cinematics Universe.
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