A man who was handed in to a West Yorkshire police station by a man dressed as Batman has admitted trying to cash a stolen cheque he said he found in the street.
There was no mention of how Frayne was arrested and Mr Worby’s involvement during the 20-minute long hearing.
Previously, Mr Worby - a Chinese takeaway delivery driver - has explained how he had returned from watching Bradford City play in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley in his Batman suit when Frayne asked him to accompany him to the police station.
Officers had been trying to find Frayne in connection with the offences he was eventually charged with.
The court was told how Frayne had gone into a cheque cashing shop in Bradford on January 31 and tried to cash a cheque for £300.
Paul Romsey, prosecuting, said a cashier became suspicious and the defendant left, saying: “Eh? How am I going to get my wages now?”
Police found the cheque had been stolen during a burglary at AK Autos, in Bradford.
Kan Dhesi, defending, said Frayne had found the cheque on the street in the Wyke area of the city.
Magistrates were told Frayne has had drugs problems in the past but was now trying to move away from his criminal life.
They were also told Frayne, who is unemployed, was subject to a community order at the time he committed the offences.
The court also heard he has a history of breaching orders.
Chairman of the bench Beryl Eakin released Frayne on unconditional bail and said all options, including prison, were available to sentencing magistrates.