Batman: Arkham Origins has its share of problems, but it also contains some delightful character moments. Late in the game, Batman is tasked with rounding up twenty common criminals who have escaped from Blackgate Penitentiary in the aftermath of the plot. Far from being potential Jokers or Penguins, these are just petty thugs taking advantage of the situation to run free. Whenever Batman takes one of them down, the crook begs for his freedom or threatens Batman in some way to which Batman replies with a sharp retort before knocking the crook out for the police to come collect. One criminal, however, decides to laugh off his capture by singing the schoolyard "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells" song when caught in Batman's grip. Batman doesn't take it well as seen in this clip.
Roger Craig Smith absolutely nails Batman's disgusted "No" reply to the thug's song. Not seen in this video is the best part of the exchange: after knocking out the crook, Batman calls the police on his radio to come make the arrest. He warns them to bring a muzzle and claims that the guy is a biter. That's one way to shut him up!