A man dressed up as Batman was pulled over by the police on Interstate 29 in Montgomery, Maryland, outside of Washington, DC last Friday for not properly attaching licenses to his black Lamborghini.
Lenny B. Robinson, was on his way to a local children’s hospital to do some charitable work with kids when he was stopped by the police. The caped crusader only had the Batman symbol attached to the rear plate. However, he was lucky he had both front and back plates with him when questioned by the police. Thus, the batmobile was not towed and Robinson wasn’t charged.
According to one of the officers on the scene:
An officer on routine patrol saw a Lamborghini with the rear plate – it was the Batman symbol for the show. He pulled him over and said, “what’s going on? The car was registered, and the man explained that he goes to hospitals and does work with kids (while in costume).
The police department even posted pictures of the unusual incident on their Facebook page and then tweeted about it.
Yes, Batman was stopped by MCPD on Wednesday,S/B Route 29 at Prelude Dr. for no tags on Batmobile twitter.com/mcpnews/status…
— Montgomery Co Police (@mcpnews) March 23, 2012
Via Daily Mail