He works under cover of darkness to correct grammar mistakes on shop signs, anonymously fighting grammar crime in the British city of Bristol.
Armed with special tools that only a Grammar Vigilante would need or invent, he uses the night to fight misuse of apostrophes and place them where they were mistakingly left out. According to him, it’s not vandalism. It’s not a crime, it’s a service. One that the people need, but not necessarily want. We might even suggest that this Grammar Vigilante is like the Batman of grammar. Just.. less violent. Also, we don’t know if he’s a billionnaire trained in a mysterious temple pretending to be nothing more than a playboy during the day. So maybe he isn’t like Batman. But maybe he is. He could be! Watch this video by BBC Radio Bristol for more!