A man dressed as the Joker has been captured towing away a Batmobile.
A video of the bizarre moment has been posted to Reddit and captioned with: "You wanna know how I got these cars?"
The internet never fails to deliver.
The short clip has already accumulated more than six million views and shows the Clown Prince of Crime driving away with the Caped Crusader's ride while onlookers in the next car are heard laughing.
The terrifying man dressed up as the Joker smiles while giving a thumbs up.
Unsurprisingly, users were taken aback by the sight of the villain.
One Reddit user commented: “Dress for the job you want”
Another added: “Maybe I've just been on this sub too long but I instantly thought it was the joker driving.”
A third said: “Read the title and I still didn't expect that.”
We can’t say we blame them.
Others even said they had seen the Batmobile roaming around their neighbourhoods and theorised that it could be the vehicle owner dressing up as the infamous clown.
One user commented: “No lie, theres a real Batmobile driving around a town close to where my grandmother lives. She's lived there for 25+ years and I've seen this vehicle ( very similar to one in this video) at least once every couple of years for my entire life. So cool.”
While another wrote: “I actually know the guy that owns the original Batcopter and the Batmobile. This is likely him. He regularly dresses up as Batman when he takes them to car shows or cons.”
We can confirm that this is the not only sighting of the Winged Avenger’s car out in broad daylight.
According to SocialNewsDaily, a man dressed up as Batman was driving a Batmobile in 2015, however it later broke down on Ontario Highway 401.
The man in the costume, Stephen Lawrence, or more commonly known as ‘the Brampton Batman’, was coming home from a charity event at Kingston when his 1989 replica Batmobile began making a disturbing noise.
Lawrence then pulled over on the side of the road, only to find that his boot was open; however, a massive traffic jam resulted, with many trying to capture a glimpse of the superhero.
“I try my best to baby that car as best as I can,” Lawrence said. “It was fine, but it didn’t take long for traffic to build up, as it always does when Batman is around.”