It IS a bit much...isn't it?
I mean, yes, the way things get fixed on TSC is a bit too slow. We don't have a consistently active programmer. However, does that fully give you the right to submit false scores on purpose and then openly admit you did? I admit, due to my past here I shouldn't be the one to say that, but I still believe that if one does submit obviously false scores, they should be banned. While you already legitimately got every single 1st on SUDLC, submitting an obvious false score and passing it off as a record is, by the book, eligible by ban. I'm not trying to offend you, but I think a bit more patience and just waiting would've been better than risking your account on the site.