‘Real-life’ Batman cheering sick children killed in accident

BALTIMORE: A man known for donning a Batman costume to cheer sick children in a hospital was killed in a road accident.

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According to a foreign media, 51 year old Lenny Robinson, had gotten out of his vehicle, that was modified to resemble the Batmobile, to check its engine when it was hit by another vehicle, slamming the car into him.

Maryland born Robinson was a father of three boys. He used to be a cleaner before buying a Batman costume and a car.

The 51 year old used to visit hospitals during his free time where he used to hand out gifts and signed Batman autographs.

He had spend thousands of dollars on his superhero-themed vehicles.

Robinson, according to the report, had stated his reasons of loving children so much by saying that Batman is the only superhero who does not have any superpowers.

His Scott told said that the deceased had touched a lot of lives and made kids smiles.

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‘Real-life’ Batman cheering sick children killed in accident

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