Nobody's exempt from traffic laws — not even Batman. Officers from Maryland's Montgomery County police recently pulled over a Lamborghini Gallardo for using unofficial license plates that bear the mark of the Dark Knight. The driver? None other than the caped crusader himself.
Unlike the inhabitants of Gotham City, we know the identity of the man behind the mask. It's local businessman Lenny B. Robinson who dons the cowl whenever he visits sick kids in the hospital. In fact, he was on his way back home from a day of rescuing children from boredom when he was stopped by the cops. Fortunately, Maryland's Batman was carrying the car's real license plates with him, so he got off scot-free.
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