In another instalment of teenagers behaving badly, teen-brat turned celebrity-wannabe Corey Worthington is again in trouble with the police.
The infamous party brat was fined $225 for trying to enter a nightclub with a fake ID.
The 17 year old, who made headlines in January for holding a riotous party at his Melbourne family home, unsuccessfully tried to con his way past bouncers at the Shooters Salon Bar in Surfers Paradise.
After the bash, which attracted 500 revellers, 30 police officers and the dog squad, Corey got busy on the media circuit as he refused to apologise to neighbours and tax payers who had to fit the bill for the festivities.
The slap on the wrist comes as the now cashed-up teen was released from ten days under lock and key in the Big Brother House.
With celebrity agent in tow, the sunnie-donning kid is continuing to bankroll on his 15 minutes of fame.
His stint in the Big Brother House reportedly was worth a tidy $200,000 sum.
A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always count on the support of Paul.