Batman was allegedly about to do a good deed when he was driving his black Lamborghini and got pulled over.
Dressed in his crime-fighting garb, he was on his way to visit children in a hospital Wednesday, March 21, when when Montgomery County police noticed his vehicle had no tags, according to an MSN.com report.
That masked hero is also known as Lenny B. Robinson of Owings Mills—a businessman and graduate of .
Washington Post Reporter Mike Rosenwald, who actually knows Batman, wrote Wednesday that the crusader in black visits children in hospitals to lift their spirits.
On the day he was pulled over in Montgomery County, his tags were in his car, and he was not ticketed, Rosenwald wrote.
Robinson’s black Lamborghini has gotten him noticed before.
Howard County residents may recall that in November 2011, Batman's muscle car got a flat tire in the area of Johns Hopkins Road. After police cleared the vehicle, Batman posed for a snapshot.