Star set for 100 hour duty…
Jason Gregory

09:14 14th August 2007

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George Michael began his 100 hour community service duty yesterday (August 13th) after his conviction in May for driving whilst unfit.

Michael was found slumped over his steering wheel in October 2006 in Central London with what Police claimed was a lethal concoction of drugs - including GHB and cannabis - in his system.

The former Wham star arrived at a London homeless shelter on Monday in a chauffer driven car and then helped out with work in the garden, reports WENN.

Michael said yesterday: "I'm just like everyone else. If you do something stupid, you have to pay the price. I've been doing some gardening and really enjoyed it.

"I'll do whatever they want me to do. I don't want any special treatment."

Part of his conviction also includes a two year ban from driving.

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