Bibb County, Georgia (CNN) - A Georgia woman chose public shaming over jail time, after pleading guilty to battery and making terroristic threats on a school bus.
Natosha Freeman was ordered to wear a sign that says "I made a fool out of myself on a Bibb County school bus".
It's alleged that Freeman spanked her cousin aboard the bus after the girl told her to "Kiss her heiney."
The judge gave her a choice: go to jail for four weekends or wear the sign every morning for a week.
"Judges don't really give you a choice." Freeman said. "I'm just thankful that he gave me a choice instead of me going to jail."
In addition to this unusual sentence, Freeman has to pay a fine of $32 each month until the end of her five year probation.
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