MUST SEE: Creative Punishment for Obscene Mowing Job


Ohio (CNN)- He’s not your average judge. Michael Cicconetti of Lake County, Ohio is known for his unusual punishments and he handed down another one on Tuesday.

19-year old Cody Scott mowed the letters “F-U” onto the field at Fairport Harding High School back in June. On Tuesday at his sentencing, Judge Michael Cicconetti gave him a choice. Spend time in jail or mow the entire field again but this time, with a push mower. Scott agreed to mow the field, which will happen Wednesday. Judge Cicconetti also placed Scott on six months of probation and ordered him to get his GED.

Just a few months ago, Cicconetti ordered a man to shovel animal waste from farm stalls for knocking over portable toilets.

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