George Michael has completed 80 hours of community service as part of his no-contest plea to lewd conduct in a park restroom. (Michael, 35, was arrested April 7 by an undercover police officer across from the Beverly Hills Hotel. The pop star acknowledged he was gay after the incident.) Municipal Court Judge Charles Rubin warned the singer’s attorney during a hearing Monday that Michael, 35, is under a court order to stay out of Will Rogers Park for the duration of his probation, about 17 more months. “Make sure he is reinformed of that,” Rubin said after Brad Barnholtz gave the judge proof that Michael completed his community service with a youth-leadership program and paid $910 in fines. He also participated in five one-hour counseling sessions.