A Pennsylvania man who skipped out on jury duty eleven times in the last two years has been arrested while he was inside a courthouse attending a child custody hearing.

Owen Fazenbaker III, 32, was first summoned to appear for jury duty on March 4, 2013. In the two years that followed, he was summoned an additional 10 times, the last coming on March 9, 2015 according to court documents.

Somerset County Judge D. Gregory Geary told Fazenbaker that he found it “ironic” that the man could find his way to court for that, but not for his civic responsibility in serving jury duty.

Fazenbaker promised to serve on future juries if the judge would not impose a $500 fine and 10 days in jail for each time he has missed jury duty.

The (Somerset) Daily American newspaper reports the judge warned the Stoystown man that he could avoid a seven-day jail term if he paid a $500 fine. Fazenbaker paid the fine.

Source: Daily American, www.dailyamerican.com