The not-so-rare thing happens daily on the streets of Royal Tunbridge Wells.
A local has been quoted as saying, "It was very odd, but the ladies were happy. Then I saw him stand outside a shop where undesirables hang out and they moved on quite quickly."
The Sun quoted the so-called superhero as saying, "It is my aim to help people. I am inspired by Neighbourhood Watch, which people seem to have forgotten about. So I've created Ninja Watch. The message I want to get across is about people sticking together and reporting incidents."
But the deeds that he performs doesn't involve tackling menacing super-villains, rather he does something more sensible and helps people in their daily lives. His pictures show him returning a lost cat and people narrate tales of him helping old people cross the road.