Paul Robinson, 46, a haulage driver, has vowed to go to prison rather than pay a £700 fine for dropping litter.
Mr. Robinson appealed against a conviction for throwing a cola can and a cigarette from his lorry in Park Farm Way, Wellingborough on November 23 last year.
However, despite calling six witnesses, showing video footage and a record of his movements that day, Northampton Crown Court dismissed his appeal and doubled the fine he must now pay.
Paul said: “I’m not paying anything. I refuse to pay for a crime I didn’t commit. I would be prepared to go to prison without a fight. They can work out how much a day it will cost to keep me in prison then work that out against how much I’m supposed to owe them.”
He presented testimonies from colleagues, friends and a magistrate saying he did not drink fizzy drinks and was impeccably clean but all he achieved was doubling the court costs to £500.
Mr. Robinson’s friend Rob Hadfield who came from Middlesborough to support him, said: “I’m disappointed in British justice.”