Batman was pulled over by the Mongomery Co., MD police for not having tags on his Lamborghini.
Batman was pulled over by police in Montgomery County, Md., for not having tags on his Lamborghini. Montgomery Co. Police Dept.

Bruce Wayne drives a Lamborghini, as we all learned in The Dark Knight. Normally, when he's suited up to fight crime, the Caped Crusader switches to the all-purpose personal tank known affectionately as the Batmobile. But not this time.

Maryland's Montgomery County police department achieved what the Gotham PD, the Joker, the Penguin, Poison Ivy, and Two-Face never managed: They pulled over the Masked Manhunter southbound on Route 29 in Silver Springs on Wednesday for not having license tags on his Lamborghini Gallardo.

Officers gave him a warning and informed him he needed valid registration on his vehicle, a representative of the Montgomery County PD said.

Silly Batsy, mustn't forget your tags!

The Dark Detective also seems to have forgotten his batarangs, caltrops, and County-Police-Repellent-Spray as well. It's surprising that Alfred and Oracle failed to remind him. There's no other explanation for how the Batmobile could be pulled over by a couple of Chevy Impalas.

The Montgomery County PD apparently has the best Facebook and Twitter accounts in law enforcement, and they tagged the picture of the traffic stop thusly: Yes, Batman was stopped by MCPD on Wednesday, S/B Route 29 at Prelude Dr. for no tags on Batmobile.

The Bat reportedly travels around visiting sick children in hospitals. He has also reportedly been seen in Montgomery County assisting with flat tires.

The Winged Avenger has a soft heart, and his name is reportedly Lenny B. Robinson. According to a 2008 Baltimore Sun article, Robinson began dressing as Batman after he built a Bat Cave in his basement. Presumably, that's where his car's tags are hanging out. Batsy, aka Robinson, was unavailable for comment.

Regardless of why he was out, the Joker should take notice.