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Lindsay Lohan arrives for a hearing at the Airport Branch Courthouse in Los Angeles on April 22.
Lindsay Lohan was sentenced last week to 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service in connection with her parole violation. While the actress is appealing the jail time, plans for the community service are in motion, and they involve the Los Angeles County Morgue.
"Her duties include cleaning and maintenance but she would not clean the actual crypts where the bodies are stored," a morgue insider told Radar. "Her day will begin at around 8a.m. and she will be given one hour off for lunch before finishing her day at 4 p.m."
The source continued, saying that those doing community service "are allowed to wear their own street clothes and do not have to wear state prison uniforms or anything like that. Generally, there are no problems with people that do community service at the morgue as long as they keep their heads down and just get on with their duties."
And Lohan shouldn't expect any special treatment.
"Lindsay Lohan would be treated just like anyone else. There would be no special treatment and she would have general janitorial style duties which would involve cleaning different areas and emptying trash, stuff like that. It can be hard work but community service is not supposed to be easy, it's a punishment after all," Radar reports.