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Homeless vet whose makeover video got 15 million views arrested at Burger King in Grand Rapids

James Allen Wolf is shown in a booking photo provided by the Kent County Sheriff's Department. Wolf, whose makeover video has been viewed 15 million times online, was arrested Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013 for causing a disturbance at a Burger King in Grand Rapids, Mich. He pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor charges of trespassing and creating a disturbance, and a judge ordered Wolf to serve 10 days in jail on each charge. (AP Photo/Kent County Sheriff's Department, mlive.com)The Associated Press

A homeless veteran whose makeover video has been viewed 15 million times online was arrested for causing a disturbance at a Burger King in Grand Rapids.

James Allen Wolf was arrested Sunday at the fast-food restaurant and pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor charges of trespassing and creating a disturbance. A judge ordered Wolf to serve 10 days in jail on each charge.

The time-lapse, videotaped makeover brought international attention to the 54-year-old veteran. Rob Bliss worked with Degage Ministries to bring about Wolf's physical transformation.

The video shows an unkempt Wolf transform into a sharp-dressed, clean-shaven man.

The Grand Rapids Press reports (http://bit.ly/1b9178k ) Wolf began attending Alcoholics Anonymous and took steps toward having his own place to stay after taking part in the shoot earlier this year.

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Information from: The Grand Rapids Press, http://www.mlive.com/grand-rapids