Benedict Cumberbatch might stopped multiple crimes as Sherlock Holmes in BBC\u2019s Sherlock, but he's done some actual crime-fighting in real life. Last week, Cumberbatch rescued a man who was being assaulted by four muggers.\r\n\r\nAccording to The Sun, Cumberbatch came to the rescue of a poor Deliveroo cyclist who was being beaten by a gang of four. Cumberbatch allegedly leapt from his Uber and started pulling off the men while shouting \u201cLeave him alone!\u201d\r\n\r\nIf that wasn\u2019t enough, Cumberbatch was said to have stood his ground when the muggers started attacking him. Uber driver Manuel Dias had hold of one of the assailants. Cumberbatch had the other. According to the driver, the\u00a0Avengers: Infinity War\u00a0star seemed to know exactly what he was doing.\r\n\r\n"He did most of it, to be honest.\u00a0They tried to hit him but he defended himself and pushed them away. He wasn\u2019t injured. Then I think they also recognized it was Benedict and ran away."\r\n\r\nCumberbatch wasn\u2019t even looking for praise either, as he insisted that helping the man was what he \u2018had to\u2019 do. When the muggers ran off, Cumberbatch then asked the cyclist if he was alright. When the cyclist replied with \u201cI\u2019m okay,\u201d Cumberbatch then gave him a hug.\r\n\r\nProbably the weirdest coincidence about this story: It happened right at the corner of Sherlock Holmes\u2019 fictional address 221B Baker Street.\r\n\r\nCumberbatch's latest film, Avengers: Infinity War, is currently screening in cinemas.