Spider-Man Window Washer


Photo: Cherie Diez/Tampa Bay Times

No, Spider-Man hadn't fallen on hard times and had to find work as a window washer. Rather, with great (window washing power), comes great responsibility to cheer sick children up.

That's Merrill Hunt, 43, who came to wash the window of a patient's room at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, dressed up as the web slinger:

The workers from Clearwater's High Rise Window Cleaners made several trips from the top of the building to the ground, washing windows and waving at patients.

Child life clinical coordinator Holly Ott relished the chance to bring in the super hero.

"Today at All Children's we had a really exciting opportunity to meet any child's hero, Spider-Man, climbing up the sides of the building, surprising chidren and making their day," Ott said.

The Tampa Bay Times has more: Link - Photo via TIME Lightbox and My Modern Met


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Hey you're welcome Alex. I've been follow this blog long enough to enjoy the rather high level of neatness. But sometimes a post is really interesting, touching or a little bit crazy and really earns the 'neat' reward ;)
So... Thank YOU ;)
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