This showed up on page 4 of today’s New York Times:
Car Owner’s Hero Dresses for the Part
Long-haired and lanky, he is becoming well-known in some parts of south London. About a month ago, 25-year-old Petite Tendai arrived home to find a boot on her illegally parked car. (“There were no signs saying ‘no parking’”, she declared.) She had barely begun to rail at the injustice of it all when Angle-Grinder Man suddenly appeared.
“Basically, he jumped out of his car in his outfit and said ‘If anyone can, Angle-Grinder Man can,’” Ms. Tendai said in a telephone interview. “Then he started sawing it off. It was wicked.” He was gone almost as quickly as he came. “It was just a ‘good luck’ and what0-not, and then he was off,” she said.
The guy wears a superhero-style suit of his own making, and cuts off the immobilizing “boots” clamped on cars, something he’s been doing since his own car was booted.
I looked on the 'net, and he’s got his own Web Page: