Dashboard camera video of 2012: Holy traffic stop, Batman!
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (CNN/KSLA) — Maryland police recently pulled over Batman in March — or at least a guy in a Batman costume that was driving a Batmobile.
Eight months came and went after the incident in 2012, and no other police dash cam video could top it.
According to KSLA, Montgomery County police released the dash cam video of the traffic stop, (you can watch it above). Police say the driver didn’t have his license plate properly displayed.
Officers can be heard making jokes in the video. According to The Washington Post, the Batman impersonator’s name is Lenny Robinson. Robinson had been reportedly visiting kids in hospitals in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland area for a decade.
Well done, Batman, well done.
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