A Celine Dion fan who annoyed his neighbours by blasting out her music at his home has had his sound system seized.
Gareth Davies, 48, of Hone Street in Strood was found guilty of seven breaches of a noise abatement notice when he appeared before Dartford magistrates.
He first had equipment seized last March when he was heard playing loud music, including Celine Dion's hit from the film Titanic, My Heart Will Go On.
It was subsequently returned to him but in June there were reports that he was blasting out tunes again - including tracks from Madness, The Cure, The Smiths and James Brown.
Technology worth around £3,000 was seized and magistrates ordered the equipment to be forfeited.
Davies was fined £50 for each of the charges and ordered to pay £500 costs.