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Mr. Incredible Convicted For Body Slamming Batgirl In Hollywood

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A man who dresses as the superhero character Mr. Incredible on the busy, touristy streets of Hollywood was sentenced on Tuesday for attacking and body slamming a costumed Batgirl last year.

Muhammet Bilik, 35, the costumed Mr. Incredible, was sentenced three years probation, one day of jail, 20 days of CalTrans work and 36 Anger Management sessions, according to the L.A. City Attorney's Office.

The brawl from Oct. 21 that took place in front of TCL Chinese Theatre was caught on video. It shows Bilik punching and kicking the woman before body slamming her to the ground. Other costumed street performers like Chewbacca, Where's Waldo? and Freddy Krueger try to stop Bilik and break up the fight.

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The video, which was uploaded to YouTube, became viral, but it wasn't until the woman dressed as Batgirl returned to Hollywood Blvd. on Nov. 7 were LAPD officers able to speak to her about the assault. After questioning her, she identified Mr. Incredible as Bilik, and said that when he flipped her, she hit her head on the pavement, and that he continued to kick her while she was down.

Bilik is also also ordered to stay away from the Hollywood Entertainment District, the touristy part of Hollywood.