The railings outside an Ohio courthouse got a fresh coat of paint Friday morning as part of a creative sentence issued by Judge Michael Cicconetti - a judge known for his less than conventional sentencing.

Avery White was found guilty of criminal mischief for spray painting graffiti on a train car owned by a rail company.

The judge gave White two options: Spend ten days in jail or paint the outdoor railings of the courthouse with a toothbrush.

White chose to paint the railing.

A news crew was right there as White started serving his sentence by sanding down the railings, then painting them with a toothbrush.

Following the sentence, the judge told White, "it may take you a while, but that's the lesson to be learned."