In what seems like the plot of either a screwball comedy, a dark indie or a lost episode of “Six Feet Under,” Lindsay Lohan will perform 120 hours of community service by acting as a custodian at a morgue, People reports. “She'll be doing basic janitorial work,” an official at the L.A. County Department of Coroner’s office told People. “She won't be handling any dead bodies, but she’ll certainly see them.”
Lohan, who is currently out on bail, is appealing the sentence that a judge handed down on Friday, which included 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service. According to People, the other 360 hours of service will be completed at a women’s homeless shelter in L.A.
Lohan is still due back in court in June to face trial for allegedly stealing a necklace from a Santa Monica jewelry store, the incident that got her into this most recent violation-of-probation mess in the first place.
Oh, and in an added fun fact, Lohan previously spent time in an L.A. morgue, completing a program that was one of the conditions of her plea agreement in a 2007 DUI arrest case.