*Naomi Campbell spent all day Tuesday at a desk job as part of the community service stemming from her air rage plea deal earlier this year.
The supermodel was assigned to handle paperwork at London's Whitechapel Mission soup kitchen to help fulfill her sentence of 200 hours of helping the homeless.
"Naomi is really eager to do the work that is required of her and give something back to the community," a friend told People.com.
However, some workers on her punishment detail complained that Campbell was tasked with easy paperwork instead of more challenging labor, such as washing dishes or handling in janitorial duties.
"It's usually pretty grueling work, but not for her," one source told the U.K.'s Daily Mirror, adding that Campbell was treated "like a princess."
Campbell, 38, said she's just happy to being putting the April airport incident behind her. "I just want to keep my head down and get on with it," she told the Mirror.
In June, Campbell pleaded guilty to assaulting two police officers in London's Heathrow airport. In addition to her community service, she was also fined $4500.