Details of the expenses racked up by Scotland's 61 'noble' peers have been released - totalling 32 million - including overnight accommodation and travel costs.
Lord Maxton claimed the highest sum of £63,429 - followed by Lord Sewell and Baroness Adams of Craigielea who each claimed £63,215.
Labour peer - Baroness Adams - was ordered to return £4,100 in expenses she claimed as an MP - but challenged Parliament to sue her for the money.
Since leaving the House of Commons and joining the House of Lords - Baroness Adams has picked up more than £60,000 a year in allowances since 2006 - but has spoken in just three debates, according to the Telegraph.
Baroness Adams emerged as the second costliest peer this year - with claims totalling £63,215 - including £28,000 in overnight expenses and £11,000 to travel to Westminster from her home in Glasgow.
What a racket.