Police pull over a Lamborghini and find a man dressed as Batman at the wheel. Willie Geist has the photos and the story.
The latest episode in the adventures of Batman is now available for viewing on YouTube, thanks to the Montgomery County, Md., Police Department, whose officers pulled over a "Batmobile" March 21.
The car, a Lamborghini, showed only a bat symbol where the license plate belonged. When the Dark Knight showed officers the real plates inside the car and told them he was headed for an appearance for children at a local hospital, “they let him fly – after a picture or two,” police said as they released a nearly seven-minute dashcam video of the traffic stop.
Police earlier posted still pictures of the traffic stop on their Facebook page.
Batman was revealed by The Washington Post to be Lenny R. Robinson, 48, a Baltimore County businessman who has been visiting sick children in Baltimore-area hospitals since 2001. Sometimes his teenage son, Brandon, goes along as Robin.
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