MICHAEL'S COMMUNITY SERVICE IS A HIT
Pop star GEORGE MICHAEL's
community service work has proved to be a hit - he is helping
homeless people write songs. The former Wham! star was arrested
last October (06) after he was found slumped at the wheel of his
car in central London.
He was ordered to perform
100 hours of community service and was banned from driving for
two years. And the singer impressed residents at London homeless
hostel St Mungo last week (13-19Aug07).
Andrew Gilmour recalls,
"He helped people write songs, some about poverty, some
about people in hostels. "I thought it was a really good
thing because he's keeping drug addicts and alcoholics off the
street. "He was down to earth, a good man."