While Austin Perine may not have the power to fly or shoot spiderwebs out of his hands, he does have a pretty incredible superhero identity.

Austin has created an entire superhero identity out of feeding the homeless.

Every week, the 4-year-old from Birmingham, Alabama uses his allowance money to buy a bag full of sandwiches and sodas so he can hand them out to the homeless – and he does it all while wearing a little caped uniform.

When asked what his superhero name is, he simply says: “President Austin”.

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“That’s his idea of what the president is supposed to do,” TJ Perine, Austin’s father, told CBS News. “I was like, buddy, you have no idea, but hey, I’m going along with it.”

Only time well tell whether Austin actually ends up on the ballot in the future, but in the mean time, he already has a motto – and he says it to every single one of his sandwich recipients.

His motto is: “Don’t forget to share love”.

(WATCH the interview below, or our international viewers can watch the video on the CBS News website)