And he is not alone. The radio programme Kaliber has looked at 186 cases where the convicted sex buyer has been sentenced directly by the prosecutor - in a process chosen by many of these convicts - as they thereby can avoid a trial.
In just over half of these cases, 96 of them, the fine was too low. Many in this group are high earners and end of paying thousands of dollars too little.
Madeleine Leijonhufvud, professor in criminal law, is surprised at the findings, but tells the radio programme that she thinks this shows that the crime is seen as less serious. "It cannot be a coincidence that there are these big rebates for this particular crime," Leijonhufvud says.
Deputy Prosecutor Birgitta Tholander Werne at Stockholm City's Public Prosecution Office tells Kaliber that one reason for the discrepancy could be that those fined have not stated their income correctly. It is possible to check peoples income at the tax office, but according to Birgitta Tholander Werne the prosecution does not "have these routines. It would take a lot of time".