Lindsay Lohan woke up bright and early on Friday morning, reporting for morgue duty at the Los Angeles County coroner's office.

Greeted by a sea of photographers at approximately 5:30 a.m., the 25-year-old hid behind a black hoodie and was rushed into the office by staff.

Lohan is expected to clean toilets, mop floors and empty trash bins, just like everyone else who reports for community service.

She's not getting any special treatment . . . if she doesn't behave, I'm going to ask her to leave, Assistant Chief Ed Winter told the L.A. Times.

Lohan is completing the remainder of her community service related to two convictions - a DUI from 2007 and a jewelry theft case from Apirl.

On Wednesday, the Mean Girls actress appeared at the L.A. County Court in front of Judge Stephanie Sautner, who told Lohan her probation had been revoked.

Sauter reportedly called her previous probation sentence for Lohan a gift.

There's something called looking a gift horse in the mouth, the judge said.

Lohan's service at the morgue is her third community service reassignment. Her original gig at the Downtown Women's Center in L.A. was dismissed because she had missed nine scheduled visits.

When she did show up, Lohan only completed one hour instead of the four hours required by the judge.

Sautner also reassigned Lohan from her second community service location, the American Red Cross.

Staff members at the L.A. County Morgue are prohibited from taking photos of the actress during her services there, sources revealed to TMZ on Friday.

Lohan's early check-in at the morgue is the complete opposite of what the actress pulled the day before. Citing that she was confused of which entrance to use, among other reasons, Lohan arrived 40 minutes late, only to be turned away by the coroner's office.

With all of the stress and pressure from yesterday and today, I've never been so happy to go to therapy!!!! Also, I'm sorry for the confusion that I may of caused to those at the Coroner's office. Won't happen again, now I know where to go! Thank you for your help, she wrote on Twitter following the mixup.

During her shift on Friday, Lohan reportedly saw a dead body and seemed shocked, another source told TMZ.

Lohan is expected to complete 16 hours of community service at the morgue per week before her Nov. 2 hearing with Judge Sautner.

While the actress could still face up to 18 months of jail time, Sautner said on Wednesday that the sentence is unlikely due to issues like overcrowding.