CLEVELAND, OHIO (WKYC) -- The Cleveland woman caught on camera swerving onto a sidewalk in order to pass a school bus full of children stood at the same intersection wearing a sign that reads: "Only an idiot would drive around a school bus."
Last week, Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Pinkey S. Carr sentenced Sheena Hardin, 32, after she pleaded no contest to the charges of not stopping for a school bus and reckless operation on a street or highway.
Carr ordered Hardin to stand at the intersection of E. 38th Street and Payne Avenue Tuesday and Wednesday mornings this week wearing that sign.
The sign, according to Carr's orders, must be written on 22 x 22 white poster board with the text written in all capital letters in black marker.
Hardin must wear the sign from 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. both days.
Cleveland Metropolitan School District bus driver Uriah Herron captured the video of Hardin driving on the sidewalk last September so that she wouldn't have to stop to wait for the children in the school bus to load and unload.
Hardin pleaded not guilty to the charges at a court hearing in September but reversed her plea in court last Monday.
Carr also ordered Hardin to pay $250 in court costs and suspended her license for 30 days.