Noisy rapper, Andrew Smith from Bath, has had his Michael albums seized by council officers for ignoring noise abatement regulations.
According to the report, Smith would regularly invite friends to his home and could be heard rapping loudly at all hours of the day and night. Despite being warned by council officers and being issued with an abatement notice, he continued to be a nuisance to his neighbours.
Smith pleaded guilty to three charges of failing to comply with a council noise abatement notice. He was fined £260 and ordered to pay £100 court costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
He also had his music equipment, including speakers, a CD player and a microphone, as well as his collection of Michael albums, confiscated.