Singer Boy George
had his choice of where to serve his five-day community
service sentence, so he decided to help out at a New
York AIDS hospice. The sentence was handed down
after an incident last year that led to him being
charged with filing a false burglary report. Police
who responded to the call found cocaine at George's
apartment, drugs he claimed had been left there by
someone else after a party. The narcotics charges were
dropped, but the judge required George to perform
community service for wasting police time with the false
report. (The Advocate)
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