Washington Post Writer Reveals Batman's Identity
Police had previously not disclosed the masked man’s name.
The Batman pulled over by police while driving a Batmobile with no tags near White Oak has a name:
Lenny B. Robinson.
This is “new” news—as police didn’t unmask the superhero by revealing his name following the recent road encounter.
Washington Post reporter Mike Rosenwald, who actually knows Batman, wrote Wednesday that the crusader in black is actually a Baltimore County businessman who 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.
In November 2011, Batman's muscle car got a flat tire in the area of Johns Hopkins Road in Howard County. After police cleared the vehicle, Batman posed for a snapshot.
Rosenwald writes how Robinson’s highway adventures went viral, even being picked up recently by television's Anderson Cooper.
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