Swansea City's Dutch midfielder Kemy Agustien has received a one year ban from driving after he accumulated an impressively large 39 penalty points. 12 is the stage at which most people would receive a ban but Agustien somehow managed to aggregate 3 times that amount before receiving his ban.
Agustien, 26, was charged with five counts of failing to identify a driver and one of speeding, which were proved in his absence on 10 April.
The Dutch midfielder already had six points on his licence and on Wednesday he was given a further 33 by Neath magistrates for the latest offences.
Agustien has only has only managed 43 appearances for Swansea since joining them in 2010. So it looks like he took up accumulating penalty points as a hobby to keep himself occupied.
He received a fine of £3,135 along with being charged £510 in costs for the offences.