This week, Axl Rose got off the "Nightrain" and did his civic duty by performing four days of jury duty in Santa Monica, California.
The Guns N' Roses frontman spent four days participating in a civic trial, according to People. His service, which ended Tuesday, came on the heels of the band's American tour, which wrapped last month.
"It was relatively painless," said Rose of his jury-duty stint. "I was fortunate that everyone in the courthouse and jurors were all really great, plus I got to see daylight from a different prospect [sic]."
Rose's schedule will resume its typical decadence soon: Guns N' Roses will be inaugurated into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 14th at Cleveland's Public Hall. They are rumored to be considering a reunion performance with their original lineup.