Lindsay Lohan can't go a day of work/community service without incident.
Yesterday, the L.A. County Coroner turned away a guy who was about to deliver 36 fancy cupcakes to Lohan and 35 of her closest friends at the morgue.
Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter got wind of Lindsay's move, then went to the front door and turned away the delivery guy from the local bakery.
"It's unacceptable. We're not here to accept food," Winter said, adding there are not even 36 people in Lindsay Lohan's community service program.
The order was placed at Magnolia Bakery by someone Lindsay knows.
Lohan later admitted she was the mystery buyer who ordered 36 gourmet cupcakes (and burgers from In-N-Out) to the L.A. County Morgue Friday.
She said it was simply a gesture to apologize and make good after the previous day when she was turned away after showing up late. Says her rep:
"Lindsay's well-intentioned actions were not taken in the spirit in which she intended; to say she was sorry for yesterday's misunderstanding."To her credit, reports say she really did feel bad about showing up late Thursday and that was her motivate for the cupcakes ... but it's still a morgue.
A cupcake order probably wasn't what Judge Stephanie Sautner had in mind when she ordered Lohan there after her mug shot was taken this week.
Also to her credit, thought she didn't act like a spoiled brat on the job.
She got down on her hands and knees, which must have felt familiar by now, only she cleaned floors and toilets Friday. She also did laundry.
She even socialized with other volunteers. Brings a tear to your eye ...