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Batman Drives a Lambo

A pair of Montgomery County (Maryland) police officers had the unique experience of pulling “Batman” over for a routine traffic stop last week. 

“Batman’s” crime?  Taking his license plate off his car, a Lamborghini, and putting on “Bat-Plates” consisting of the bat-signal.

In actuality, “Batman” is Lenny Robinson, a small businessman who dresses up as Batman and then performs and cheers up kids at a cancer ward in DC-area hospitals.  Once he explained what he was doing — and showed the cops his real plates and other registration — the cops let him go without a ticket.

On March 21, police stopped the Caped Crusader – or, at least, an incredible facsimile – in White Oak because they couldn’t see a license plate. On Thursday, Montgomery County Police released the dashcam video of the stop.

It’s apparent from the video that these fellow crime fighters hold each other in high regard. It was handshakes all around.

Batman said he was on his way to an appearance at Georgetown University Hospital. And he showed them the non-Bat, civilian license plate was in the car.

Soon he was on his way, free to meet the kids and presumably recruit them to a life of crime fighting.

Here’s the video of the stop on YouTube:

 

 

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