'Spider-Man' tries to force way into Orlando home, police say

Man fends off teen, calls police

ORLANDO, Fla. – A man called 911 after a teen wearing a Spider-Man mask allegedly tried to break into his Orlando home.

The incident occurred late Saturday at The Grove apartments on Conway Road, according to Orlando police.

The tenant told police that he saw several teens looking up at his apartment and a few minutes later a teenager knocked on his door asking for Jason.

The man told the teen that no one by that name lived at the apartment, but a few minutes later another teen, wearing a Spider-Man mask and no shirt, knocked on his door and tried to force his way inside, police said.

The teen said to the man, "Someone wants you to come outside to fight," according to police.

The man yelled as the masked teen and another person pushed on the door, but the man was able to close it and call authorities, according to Orlando police.

A group of teens and a Spider-Man mask were located nearby, but there was no evidence they were involved in the attempted home invasion, police said.

No injuries were reported.