Boy George is bitter about the way his recent drugs arrest was handled by the New York Police Department - and insists he wasn't lucky to escape with just community service. Cops found cocaine at the singer's Manhattan home after he had called them out to investigate a suspected burglary. He was charged with cocaine possession and wasting police time and faced five-and-a-half years in prison. A New York court dished out a lighter sentence, but George refutes the suggestion he got off lightly. Referring to his arrest, he says, "There were so many impossibilities in what (the police) said - they had to be able to see through walls - so the circumstances did work in my favour. "I don't think it's a light sentence at all. What happened with me and the police was quite horrible and quite shocking."