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We can't resist a lead to enter the lead database. Though you could assign them a negative lead score to bucket them into junk leads and delete them later.
Hope this helps!
what we are doing is banning some IP addresses at our website level...
As you and Alok mentioned, just use the value or field you define for your honeypot to filter spam submissions then add them to a separate list or SFDC campaign. From there it would be easy to either review all the leads manually, or just use a second batch campaign to automatically delete your junk leads on a daily or weekly basis (I would only do this if you are 100% certain all the junk leads you're capturing are in fact junk).