A 20-year-old father-of-two who racked up more than 50 penalty notices for a range of driving misdemeanors and owed more than $21,000 in fines has gone viral.
Video of the man being pulled over by police on an episode of Channel Seven show 'Highway Patrol' and admitting to a history of offences has become a hit online over recent days.
Footage from an episode of the long-running TV show begins as 'Thomas' is pulled over by a patrol car in Melbourne, Victoria, when police officers noticed his vehicle was unregistered.
Among the offences Thomas admitted to were: driving without a licence, driving an unregistered vehicle and not wearing a seatbelt while driving.
Despite his long list of offences, officers were left impressed by Thomas' willingness to admit to his wrongdoing.
However social media users weren't so forgiving, slamming him for not learning his lesson.
'Let's face it, he's doing the wrong thing and keeps doing the wrong thing,' one user wrote.
'Lock the Idiot in jail and make him pay for the $21,000 he owes,' another said.
Since being posted online on Tuesday the video has been viewed close to 20,000 times.