BELLEVUE -- An 11-year-old boy is going to school Thursday in a soft cast with at least a broken finger after taking up a challenge from self-appointed superhero Phoenix Jones to punch him as hard as he could. Jones was invited to Bellevue’s Jewish Day School Wednesday to talk about bullying, said Jones’ spokesman Peter Tangen. But Tangen says kids were asking Jones if they could punch him in the armor. Noah was given the opportunity. “They were talking all about superheroes. (Phoenix) got up in front of the kids and was telling them all about his uniform, and it’s rubberized and armored and bulletproof,” Denise told KOMO NewsRadio. “My child gets up in front of him and (Phoenix) says to him, ‘OK, give me all you got…give me your best punch, but wait, but don’t do it too hard, you might get hurt.’ But she said there was her son in front of his classmates and a superhero has just challenged him to punch him as hard as he can, “and my kid took all his might and punched him!”
Power move. Phoenix Jones strolls into the Bellevue Jewish Day School challenges the toughest jew in the room to take a swing at him. Boom broken fucking hand. Message sent to criminals near and far. You mess with the bull you get the horns. Super hero swag times infinity.