Most teenage boys have plenty to worry about. Whether it's panicking about the amount of gel in their hair, fretting over a breaking voice or stressing about the strange fluff sprouting from their top lip, those years can be painful.
Spare a thought for Aleem Iqbal, who reached a new level of woe when he was caught using his mobile phone while at the wheel of a £300,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom.
Aleem, who goes by the name of 'Lord Aleem' online, was fined £35 and given three points on his licence after police caught him nattering on his mobile. He was also ordered to pay £40 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
But the £95 ordeal isn't likely to faze 'Lord Aleem', whose father Saleem Iqbal runs a company that offers luxury cars for hire at Yardley in the West Midlands.
Aleem's Twitter account, in the name of 'Lord Aleem', bears the slogan: "You buy a Ferrari when you want to be somebody, u buy a Lamborghini when you are somebody", and is used to post pictures and boasts about his expensive cars.
Amazingly, Mr Iqbal said his son was driving his own car and not a company vehicle at the time, and that he was only 18 and had made a "simple mistake".
"It was short and simple. It could happen to anyone, it could happen to you, me or anyone else.
"He's a young man, he'll learn in time."