By Perri Ormont Blumberg
September 15, 2017
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Credit: Facebook / Cheryl Hanbury

Sometimes, we all need a real-life superhero to come to the rescue. Sometimes, Spider-Man swaps the webs for a chainsaw and does just that.

In the wake of Hurricane Irma's destruction, one Florida man suited up and got to work on Riverview Boulevard in Bradenton. Spotted on the 4300 block of the neighborhood, Spider-Man began his shift of the morning of Monday, September 11th, to help clear some trees.

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As local resident Cheryl Hanbury posted on Facebook when she caught glimpse of the famed red-and-blue-clad protector, "Omg! Just walked out the front door and found Spider-Man helping chainsaw down the huge tree covering our road!"

In the photos, we see the unidentified individual posing valiantly on a tree trunk, chainsaw in hand, as he aids in local cleanup efforts to get trees cleared from the road.

"Spider-Man worked the tree, then swung off and jumped in his little black pickup with a friend and flew off!" Hanbury told TODAY. "I do not know why he was dressed as Spider-Man, nor do I know the name or identity of the masked man."

We don't know about you, but we hope it's this chainsaw-wielding nun who pitched in with Miami relief efforts earlier this week.