Lenny B. Robinson, the Maryland man who captured national attention after he was pulled over in his “Batmobile” Lamborghini while dressed as the Caped Crusader, has died, according to the Washington Post.
The Post reports that Robinson died after apparently being struck by a car on I-70 Sunday night, after his Batmobile broke down.
Robinson delighted children and adults alike in Arlington two years ago, when he dropped by the Arlington YMCA at 3422 13th Street N. to warn kids about the danger of poison and toxic household items. He was also spotted cruising the streets of Arlington and hanging out in Clarendon after the event.
Robinson was in his early 50s.
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