This has to be some kind of sick yolk, right?

A 31-year-old man in Euclid, Ohio who egged his elderly neighbor's home more than 100 times in a one-year period will not do any time behind bars.

A judge sentenced Jason Kozan on Tuesday to 18 months probation and ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine, which we feel should be used to buy some free-range organic eggs, all of which are fired into his home.

Kozan, who had been charged with felony vandalism, decided to work out a deal and pleaded guilty to inducing panic.

Al Clemens Jr., 86, is the man whose home he attacked and told a courtroom the effect it had on his family.

"We were virtually held hostage in our home, unable to use our front entrance during after-dark hours," Clemens said. "Attacks occurred at least three to five times a week, at times as late as 3 a.m. in the morning. And on a few occasions, more than one attack per night."

It's not clear why Kozan repeatedly egged the house, so we're just going to advance our theory: he's a scumbag.