If you've ever felt guilty about getting two or three driving tickets in Toronto in a short amount of time, just know that it can always be worse.\nToronto Police arrested and charged a driver on Thursday, April 1, after 10 days of run-ins with the cops that resulted in an incredible 28 tickets.\nEditor's Choice: Canada's Total COVID-19 Cases Topped 1 Million & This Map Shows Where They Were\n\nA @TorontoPolice officer seized this plate today. It was printed on paper and glued to metal. The driver was arrested and charged with Impaired Operation by Drug after a small collision. The same driver has amassed 28 tickets in the last 10 days including 5 for no insurance. pic.twitter.com/WRwUUtMA9Y— Scott Matthews (@TPSTrafficDC) April 1, 2021\n\nAccording to DC Scott Matthews, the driver was arrested following a small collision and charged with Impaired Driving by Drug. Five of the 28 charges were for having no insurance, and we can only assume the other 23 had something to do with unconvincing licence plates.\nThe driver's latest licence plate — his previous ones were seized, Matthews said — was actually made of paper and glued onto the metal bracket.\nIn the driver's defence, it's not the worst fake licence plate out there — that honour belongs to some of the hand-drawn plates found in the wild.