The head of a Kent drugs network who pocketed £350,000 by his illegal deals involving cocaine with the Batman logo on them will have to repay only £6.22.
Daniel Delaney, of Dixwell Close, Gillingham, had employed a number of his pals to distribute the Class A drug throughout the Medway towns.
Prosecutor Tom Dunn said that investigators had evaluated the 39-year-old had netted £348,595 from drug dealing.
Now after an investigation into his means, a judge at Maidstone Crown Court revealed he has just £6 to his name.
And all he will repay is the £6.22 - and even then he has been given 28 days to stump up the cash.
Judge David Griffith-Jones QC quipped to defence barrister William England: "I suppose you'll pay that yourself!"
Maidstone Crown Court heard that if the money is not paid within that time Delaney, who didn't appear at the hearing, will have an extra two weeks added to his 10-year three-month jail sentence.
Delaney was jailed in March this year after admitting conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
The court heard how after an in-depth analysis of mobile phone evidence, detectives were able to link him to a 32-year-old man from Gillingham who was jailed for six years after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine and possession of criminal property.
He was found to have been in possession of a bag containing several blocks of cocaine stamped with the Batman logo, and also had tens of thousands of pounds hidden in a secret compartment behind the back passenger seat of his car.
And he was linked to the case of a 46-year-old travel agent from Lordswood who was jailed for eight years after he pleaded guilty to possession of criminal property and being concerned in the supply of class A drugs.