‘Captain America’ busted for breaking into home shed in Mississippi

A man dressed head to toe in a Captain America costume was caught breaking into a home shed in Mississippi by a gun-slinging property owner who proved to be the real superhero, police said in reports Friday.

A photo shows the alleged burglar, David Hobbs, 36, pouting in the comic book get-up while cuffed on a bench at a police station in Clarksdale, according to The Smoking Gun.

In it, Hobbs has a mask pulled up onto his head with a pair of cuffs dangling between his legs.

Police say the faux-muscled crook was also wearing a pair of fairy wings when he allegedly burglarized the shed at 2 p.m. Tuesday, according to the outlet.

But an alarm went off, alerting the homeowner, who went to investigate with a handgun, according to www.waff.com.

The real-life anti-hero was tossed in Coahoma County jail on a $25,000 bond, according to Clarksdale cops, who snapped the photo at police headquarters.

Clarksdale cops didn’t immediately return a request for comment Friday.

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