Lennie B. Robinson, who died Sunday, was pulled over by authorities in 2012 for a license tag issue. Cops joked and took photos, including this one. (Source: Facebook/Maryland County Authorities Dept.).
(RNN) – A guy well-known for dressing as Batman and visiting youngsters’s healthcare facilities in his jet-black Lamborghini passed away in a traffic mishap Sunday on a highway near Hagerstown, MD, according to the Washington Post.
Lenny B. Robinson, 51, of Baltimore, was a self-made business owner who did well adequate to manage his own Batmobile and a Hollywood-caliber Batman suit, which he wore to see children in cancer hospitals around Maryland and Washington, DC.
Robinson stopped at a gas station and gave some youngsters who admired his vehicle some Batman souvenirs. He pulled out onto the interstate, where his car stopped “partly in the fast lane,” according to cops.
While he was inspecting the motor, another car struck the Batmobile from behind. It then struck Robinson, who was noticable dead at the scene.
He became internet well-known in 2012 when Maryland County cops pulled him over in full regalia since he had a Batman logo on the back of his vehicle instead of a state tag. The officers joked with him and took pictures, which in addition to the dashcam video went viral on Facebook and made Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show monologue.
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