Ben Lyall is a full-time coal miner, part-time property developer and some-time reality TV star.
He's also a really bad driver.
The 35-year-old, who tried to find love on The Bachelorette in 2016 before more recently signing up with his girlfriend to the current season of The Super Switch, has been busted disobeying the road rules an astonishing 39 times since he gained his P-plates in 2002.
His offences include nine lots of speeding - one of which occurred during a double demerit period - and five fines for performing burnouts.
He's also been caught using a mobile phone while driving, twice following another vehicle too closely, driving negligently and - in his first ever run-in with highway patrol - driving without P-plates.
Lyall's unenviable record was tendered to Wollongong Local Court on Tuesday as the former competitor on The Bachelorette faced a magistrate on a charge of driving with a suspended licence.
Court documents reveal police were in a parked highway patrol vehicle on Flinders Street in North Wollongong on June 4 when they were passed by a Mercedes Benz station wagon with an expired registration.
Officers pulled the vehicle over to discover Lyall in the driver's seat.
He informed police he'd borrowed the car from a friend who was overseas.
When asked to produce his licence, he said "I'll be honest with you I don't have a licence".
A check of the police computer system revealed Lyall's licence had been suspended in April for six months after he breached an good behaviour condition imposed by the RMS.
In court on Tuesday, Magistrate Mark Douglass criticised Lyall's poor record behind the wheel.
"Your driving history doesn't help you," he said.
"There's a reason why the RMS took you off the road - you've had too many offences."
He fined Lyall $500 and disqualified him from driving for three months.
Meanwhile, Lyall was flying solo during the court appearance, with Christie no where to be seen.