Melbourne, July 9 (ANI): An Australian man has racked up 104 alleged traffic offences within six months.
The 40-year-old from Sydney is accused of speeding 24 times, using an uninsured vehicle 26 times and using an unregistered vehicle 26 times, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Other alleged offences include driving contrary to a traffic lane arrow, using misleading number plates and not lodging or completing a signed application for transfer of a vehicle.
Police are trying to seize the man's Toyota Corolla sedan and have given him a notice to be present at Liverpool Local Court on August 26.
They estimate that if he was issued with infringement notices for all the offences, he would be facing a 40,218 dollar bill and lose 154 demerit points. (ANI)