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A woman who pepper sprayed a Burger King worker faced a judge known for his unusual sentences on Thursday. "It hurt. It burned. It stung. It was scary at first because I didn't think I was gonna get my eyesight back," said worker Frantz Rolles. Painesville Judge Michael Cicconetti warned Diamond Gaston, who was charged with assault: "You understand that this is a criminal offense, an assault. I could put you in jail for six months." Known for his creative sentencing, he gave Gaston a choice of 30 days in prison, or get pepper sprayed like her victim.