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'Batman' Saves The Day By Walking Bullied Girl To School

Lex Gabrielle 16 Sep 2019

Starting school can be a very confusing time for many kids. Being around all new classmates can sometimes make things stressful.

Pre-school isn't always easy.

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Not all kids make the adjustment into a full day of school super easily.

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Sometimes, kids can be cruel.

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Kids at that age can be pretty mean without realizing how much it can impact another person.

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Three-year-old Lydia from Spring Hill, Florida had a hard time in her pre-school.

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Her mom, Erica Calculli, said that Lydia was being bullied by a lot of the kids at school and would come home crying.

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While kids can be kids, things got pretty bad.

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One day, Lydia came home with a bruised eye.

“She told me that a bunch of girls and one boy hit her and a girl threw a shoe at her eye,” Erica told local news station WTSP.

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Erica spoke to the teachers.

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However, she said they didn't do much to help the situation.

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So, the mom tried something else instead.

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She reached out to Jack Asbury, a man from Spring Hill who's known as their "local Batman."

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Batman put on his suit and took Lydia to school.

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Calculli posted the photos online and showcased how touching the moment was.

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"Lydia got a surprise visit at school from The Batman Of Spring Hill."

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She wrote:

"I really hope she’s more comfortable at school now, and I can’t wait to talk to her when she gets home. Thank you again, Jack!"

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Jack, er, I mean, Batman, wrote on his own page, too.

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“I made a new friend today. This is Lydia.

She was being bullied at school … to the point she didn’t want to go. So I reached out and asked her if I could walk her to school."

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He hopes he's helped her overcome her fears.

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“Hopefully this will help her overcome the fear, knowing who has her back.”

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What a touching story!

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Anyone else on the verge of tears after reading this? Way to save the day, Batman.

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