He brought down a premier, was caught tussling with cab drivers and is currently suspended from Parliament for rorting his taxpayer-funded car.
Now, Victoria's most controversial MP is ready to tell all. Steel yourself, Spring Street: Geoff Shaw is writing his memoirs.
The Frankston MP was approached some time ago by a former schoolmate from John Paul College who suggested the book and committed to ghost-writing it. And there's no doubt that enough has happened in the 46-year-old's life to fill the pages of a book.
Mr Shaw's short political life has gone from his unexpected victory in the state election four years ago, to his defection from the Liberal Party, which led to the demise of former premier Ted Baillieu, to this month's suspension.
His life before politics was equally colourful: he converted to Christianity at the age of 25 after a local church ''healed'' his knee; he had a stint as a nightclub bouncer; he started an accounting firm; and he later opened the hardware business that led to his infamous entitlements scandal.
Mr Shaw is planning on self-publishing his story.
It is understood the first draft is already complete, although given the events of the past few weeks, the ending may need some tweaks.
Mr Shaw's office confirmed the book is in the works, but the MP declined to comment further.
During an interview with comedian Sammy J at the Wheeler Centre last Friday, Mr Shaw said that he came into politics to make Frankston a better place, but he hasn't been in charge of conveying his story to the public.
''I don't write my story; the papers write the stories,'' he said.
Clearly, this maverick MP has decided to take matters into his own hands.