BEMUSED Gordon White came home to find a car embedded in his living room - exactly a year to the day since it had happened before.
But Gordon was even more shocked to discover that the man behind the wheel was in fact the SAME driver.
Unbelievably even the same recovery man was called out to retrieve the wrecked car.
Unlucky Gordon told of his "total disbelief" after returning home to find a Ford Escort had smashed through the front window of his semi-detached house in Hightown, Liversedge.
Fire crews were called to the scene in First Avenue at around 6pm on Tuesday.
Retired Gordon, 62 said: "I still can't believe it.
"It was bad enough the first time round, but for it to happen again and by the same guy, well it's something from a movie script."
Widower Gordon must now wait for structural engineers to assess the damage.
Although he is still able to live in the house, the front is completely boarded up.
The former wire-worker said: "It took nine weeks to clear up all the mess last time, and a full year for me to decorate.
"I've only just finished getting the house how I want it. I thought it would be the last time I ever had to decorate.
"If I'd have know this would happen I'd have chosen cheaper wallpaper."
Car driver Eric Williams, 60, from Brighouse, has admitted to never holding a full UK driving licence.
He is thought to have suffered a blackout on both occasions.
Retired Eric confessed to driving for more than 40 years with only a provisional licence.
Eric, who has taken his test just once and failed, said: "I don't drive very often, it's only when I have to and mostly with somebody at the side of me."
The father-of-four said that although he had failed one test, he was a safe and confident driver.
"I'm as good a driver as anyone else, the only reason I haven't taken my test again is because I can't afford it.
"If I had the money I would take it tomorrow."
He was with his son Michael, 33, his daughter-in-law Claire and his grandchild Mikey, five, when he lost control of his car.
Although no one was seriously injured, all passengers were suffering from shock.
Eric's former wife, Caroline said: "They should throw the book at him.
"That was my son and grandchild he's putting at risk."