Max Verstappen: What ‘public service’ could he do?

The 21-year-old has been asked to complete two days of “public service” after shoving Esteban Ocon three times in the weigh-in area after the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Verstappen was annoyed after losing the race lead in a collision with backmarker Ocon.
But what qualifies as “public service” – and what can Verstappen expect from his sanction?
The regulations state the guilty party has an “obligation to accomplish some work of public interest”.
The German received an in-race penalty, and was also made to “devote personal time to the education of drivers in junior formulae”.

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