The court heard that Mason failed to remove faeces deposited by a dog under his control in Coopers Close, Witnesham, near Ipswich, on four occasions last year - May 20, July 7, July 21 and September 25.
He was convicted of the offences on January 6.
Ms Jempson said a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) was now being sought due to the amount of like offences.
She added that Mason has a "clear history" of offending and has shown a "complete lack of engagement" with the complainant.
Oh..? It's not just inability, then?
Mason, who was sentenced in absence...
Magistrates also fined Mason £60 for the May 20 offence, £120 each for the July 7 and July 21 offences, and £180 for the September 25 offence, making a total of £480.
Mason...was also ordered to pay costs of £1,980 and a victim surcharge of £48.
This left Mason with a total bill of £2,508 and a 28-day collection order was made for the money.
Do you think they'll ever get the money? I don't.
And this once again proves the utter inability of the justice system to deal with dedicated incorrigibles.