Lindsay Lohan arrived at the Los Angeles County coroner's office on time on Friday morning to begin her community service and it sounds like she has a lot of work to do — cleaning toilets.
According to The Los Angeles Times, the actress arrived at 8 a.m. this morning to start her service after arriving late on Thursday and being turned away.
Lindsay's celebrity status won't be granting her any privileges while doing her 120 hours of community service at the morgue.
"She is not getting any special treatment," Assistant Chief Ed Winter said. "She's going to be cleaning toilets, mopping floors and emptying the trash bins."
Lindsay will receive one 30-minute lunch bring, which she had to bring with her.
"If she doesn't behave, I'm going to ask her to leave," Winter said.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner ordered Lindsay to complete two eight-hour shifts a week at the morgue before her Nov. 2 hearing.