Batman Pulled Over For License Plate Issues

This week, police officers in Silver Spring, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C., pulled over a black Lamborghini for license plate issues. The plates had been replaced with an image of the Batman logo, which only makes sense as the driver turned out to be… Batman. Or rather, a wealthy businessman wearing a really expensive ($5,000) costume. Which is kind of like pulling over the real Batman.

Lenny B. Robinson, as it turns out, wears the costume to visit sick children at hospitals and brings them Batman-related merch. As the Washington Post reported, he also gives anti-bullying talks at local schools. How’s that for a feel-good story right before the weekend? Have a good one, folks. And as a reminder to all would-be costumed vigilantes, be sure to check your license plates.

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