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Batman Pulled Over By Cop To Take Selfie With Batmobile





No one is above the law – not even Batman. A video has gone viral after it shows a police car pulling over a replica Batmobile in Brompton, Canada.

It’s not every day that you see a superhero in action. What can make it even more interesting? The fact that a police car was behind him, telling him to pull over.

In the video, Batman obliged with the police, pulled over, and jump out from the Batmobile. His cape fluttered behind him as he began speaking with the officer. After a few seconds, he climbed back into his iconic vehicle like nothing happened.

The man who took the video can then be heard saying, “What, she let him go? Awesome!”

As expected, the video quickly went viral. Stephen Lawrence a.k.a Batman then decided to explain what really happened that day.

He said:

“I left highway 400 as early as I could because the cellphones were getting quite bad … I ended up on King Street in Caledon. This I thought was perfect for me. One lane each way, quiet, scenic road, and newly paved … Further down the road, I noticed the escort lights now were the pull over lights … I stopped, jumped out, so I can ask the officer, ‘is everything alright?’”

As it turned out, everything was just fine and dandy. The only reason why he was pulled over was because Lawrence shared that the female cop wanted to have a selfie with him, allegedly saying, “I would like to not miss my opportunity and get a photograph with you.”

As shocking as it sounds, this is not the first time that this happened. Lawrence was out one time to visit a sick child, wearing his Batman costume and driving his Batmobile. He was also pulled over, not because he broke the law, but because police officers couldn’t help themselves but be in awe of his dedication.

Watch the video here:

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