Yes, a man dressed as Batman was pulled over in his custom Lamborghini along Route 29 in Montgomery County.
It seems the Dark Knight (actually, it was a pretty clear day) didn’t have a proper rear license plate on his Lambo so police pulled him over.
Adding an inspirational twist to the story, it turns out the Batman in question is a man named Lenny Robinson.
Robinson, a wealthy philanthropist, spends his time visiting sick kids in local hospitals. Cruising around in his $225,000 Lamborghini and $5,000 leather Batsuit, which he had custom made by a professional costume-designer, Robinson signs autographs, gives out Batman toys, and gives sick few moments of joy.
Lenny started visiting sick children in 2001 with his now teenage son who used to accompany him as Robin.
He reportedly spends $25,000 per year of his own money on Batman memorabilia and toys for the children he goes to visit.
Robinson is now in the process of having a real Batmobile built.
Check out the raw dash-cam footage from his traffic stop below.
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