Ex-Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Barry, 65, was ordered on Tuesday to perform 20 hours of community service in exchange for indecent exposure charges against him being dropped, reports Reuters. Barry, who spent six months in jail for cocaine possession in 1990, was accused of exposing himself to a 30-year-old female janitor who was cleaning an airport men's room in the early hours of July 6, 2000. He was also charged with shoving her when she told him that the facility was closed.
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