A lot of you may have heard about Make-A-Wish Foundation that makes sick children's wishes come true. This time a little boy named Domenic Pace, who suffers from cystic fibrosis, personified his favorite superhero Iron Man and got to save the city of Sydney, Australia from Ultron. The guys from Make-A-Wish Foundation and the local police put a lot of effort so this day could be awesome for Domenic!
Domenic started his day in a park with his family, where he was dropped off by a police helicopter to go on the secret mission.
Police Commissioner Scipione called on the boy to help rescue Hope Joy, a local journalist kidnapped by Ultron and taken to the Sydney Opera House.
The NSW police, as well as a flurry of fans lined the streets to watch the boy save their city as they cheered him on to victory.
This criminal was no match for Domenic.
And of course, he saved the girl.
After arriving by police speed boat, he fought and defeated Ultron on Sydney’s Opera House steps, saving the day.
In an interview on 2GB, Domenic confirmed that the day had been “awesome.”
The hero basks in the glory.Assistant Commissioner Lanyon said the force was thrilled to be a part in the wish, “It’s a great opportunity to do something for a little boy and obviously give back to the community,” Assistant Commissioner Lanyon told 2GB.
Even Robert Downey Jr. sent Domenic his words of encouragement and praise…
“Hey Domenic, it’s Tony. I’m a little undercover right now. I’ve shaved the beard, hat and glasses, because in case you don’t know there was a civil war recently,” Downey Jr said.
“Trying to keep it on the DL. Anyway, I’ve heard you’ve had quite the day. It’s hard work saving the world isn’t it?
“I hope you had lots of fun. I bet you enjoyed the helicopter ride this morning.
“I just want to wish you all the best. Keep up the good work.
“And listen here, I don’t do this very often, I’m making you an honorary member of the Avengers. I hereby dub thee. Because guess what? Iron Man loves you.”
He even got a special message from Tony Stark: