LAWRENCEVILLE, Georgia (AP) -- Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks mowed the lawn of a government building Tuesday as part of her court-ordered community service for lying to police after she ran off days before her scheduled wedding.
The Jennifer Wilbanks mini makeover...
Wearing an orange community service vest, a ball cap that said "Life is good" and running shoes, Wilbanks seemed upbeat as she pushed a powered mower by a swarm of reporters and photographers. She briefly spoke when the mower's engine died in some tall grass.
"I'm doing well," said Wilbanks, who has been undergoing mental health treatment. She admitted with a laugh that it had been a long time since she had mowed a lawn.
"I need to get back to work. I don't want to get into trouble," she added.
In all, she was ordered to do 120 hours of service. Wilbanks had already completed 16 hours of her sentence by cleaning probation offices and washing public vehicles. State Department of Corrections spokeswoman Peggy Chapman said Wilbanks planned to work off eight more hours Tuesday, also picking up trash. (Rest)
This is not punishment! I love to mow the lawn! I just mowed our lawn for 2 1/2 hours last night!
This woman even has a fricking Wikipedia entry! I am not jealous, I am just annoyed.