If you've been a driver for any amount of time, you've probably gotten at least one ticket in your life. It's like that whole taxes and death thing, it's inevitable.

But when it's time to pay the piper (or your local government), I bet you didn't do what one Texas man did recently.

Brett Sanders was found guilty of speeding and decided to make a spectacle of paying the fine.

Sanders says he didn't feel like he did anything wrong when he was given a ticket for doing nine miles over the speed limit.

"I didn't hurt anybody. I didn't endanger anybody's life," said Sanders.

When it was time to pay the fine, Sanders decided a wise move to drive down to the Frisco Municipal Court with a five-gallon bucket full of some 22,000 pennies. He then dumped his fine money on the counter.

"It felt great. It really felt great," Sanders said.

After gathering up the pennies, the court's clerk took them to a Coinstar location where it took about three hours for the pennies to be counted.

Turns out that Sanders actually overpaid the city by $7.81. We're pretty sure he didn't mind that one bit.

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