(Cleveland) - The man who streaked through FirstEnergy stadium has had his sentence amended a bit.
A judge had sentenced Josh Saveriano to clean up the muni lot after four Browns games, but he won't be doing that.
The Cleveland Municipal Court says it wasn't possible because of work rules and a lack of court supervision.
Saveriano will instead to do 40 hours of other community service, including mowing the lawns of senior citizens.
Saveriano stripped down to his birthday suit and ran along the playing field during a Browns-Lions preseason game.
Saveriano will report to court Community Service on Monday at 8:30am and work until 3:30pm. He will do this on Mondays and Wednesdays until he reaches the 40 hours.
The court says Saveriano is scheduled to either clean a vacant lot or mow grass for seniors.
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