Anti-steroids talk part of bodybuilder’s community serviceGuy Marc Ducasse, 46, a bodybuilder from Oklahoma City who was charged and pleaded guilty to illegal distribution of anabolic steroids was sentenced to one-month imprisonment and was ordered to complete 400 hours of community service.

US chief district judge Claire Eagan also placed Ducasse in three-year court supervision. She ordered him to an unusual punishment by ordering him to speak to young people about the dangers of steroids.

Ducasse’s case was due to one occasion in 2006 when he gave Proviron to a dentist whom he said was his friend. He claimed that he did not sell the drug to the dentist.

However, according to Eagan, Ducasse distributed 4,324 units of steroids on separate accounts to at least seven people.

Ducasse will start serving his prison sentence on December 2. After his imprisonment, he is expected to serve 400 hours of community service. He has to complete it within a one-month period. He is likely to give his speeches in Oklahoma City high schools. During the summer, when school is not in session, he has to give them in athletic camps.

His talk should be about his experience with steroid use, distribution, as well as the hazards it brings to our health.

From Tulsa World:

An Oklahoma City bodybuilder who pleaded guilty in August to distributing an anabolic steroid was sentenced Friday in federal court in Tulsa to one month in jail and ordered to perform 400 hours of community service.