WASHINGTON - Look up! It's a bird. It's a plane.
Actually, it's a radio-controlled Superman flying around the beaches of Southern California. The life-sized model has been making the rounds near Carlsbad, KTLA Los Angeles reports.
"I was cycling down PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) in S.Cal with my buddy and during our casual conversation, we had to stop because Superman flew overhead," writes YouTube user triathlonky. "We pulled up just in time to watch him land."
Watch a video of the West Coast Superman below:
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