Batman Pulled Over For No License Plates On His Lamborghini



A man dressed as Batman was pulled over by the Montgomery County police department in Maryland for not having plates on his Batmobile Lamborghini, and what appeared to be nothing more than a silly photo op actually had a pretty heartwarming story behind it.

The Batman in question is an anonymous rich fellow who dresses up and visits sick children in the hospital to cheer them up, and he was heading home when he got pulled over, to the delight of the officers involved.

He explained that the suit's really hard to take off, and he was waiting until he got home to change back in to his rich guy clothes.  However, he offered no explanation for why he drives a car worth a quarter of a million dollars, yet can't be bothered to slap some license plates on the back.

Bruce Wayne would have known better, Mr. Rich Guy.

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I like the explanation offered by an "anonymous tipster" at the link:
"The tags were in his backseat because he couldn't get the poor people screws to work on his $800k car."

To which they reply "Rich people have different screws? Also, $800K? Is this Eric Clapton's Lambo?", which are good points, but they missed one:
Where is his backseat?
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He obviously has a Batman fetish. Why doesn't he just not use the face mask part so his face can be seen. Get some license plates. Then he could be Batman all the time. Nothing wrong with that!
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License plates are horribly ugly and a fast way to make a beautiful car look pug-ugly.

If I had that kind on money I'd be tempted to just pay $200 every now and then to not ugly-up the car. But I'm a poor sucker, so plates go on the car.
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