Batman usually comes to the aid of those who need it. But a Michigan Home Depot helped out Batman this time.
The Home Depot in Flushing, Michigan, helped make Keegan Steele his own custom Batmobile, WNEM reported.
Keegan has cerebral palsy and has to use a wheelchair. His mom wanted him to be able to dress up for Halloween, and came up with a special costume.
Using cardboard, she was going to make a Batmobile to cover Keegan’s wheelchair, but employees at the Home Depot took the crafting into their own hands.
Using pink Styrofoam sheets, they carved, shaped and painted the masked crusader’s car to fit perfectly over the wheelchair, WNEM reported.
It also is equipped with LED and flashing lights.
They also made Keegan a special Home Depot apron with the Batman logo and gave Keegan a Batman mask to complete his costume.
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