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Author Topic: 3500 BILL FOR Takeaway curry @ whitehall prison!  (Read 1648 times)
MR GUS
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Officially "Awesome" because Frotter said so!


« on: November 25, 2008, 10:50:19 PM »

over 200 curries were ordered from a takeaway after muslim inmates (whitemoor is near me) the prison where they turn the turbine off alot because it upsets the prisoners!  Roll Eyes

 ...this is the prison that has recently (nationally) or for a long time if you're local been deemed unsafe as muslim prisoners are deemed in control of the place.

 prison huh?! strict regime? ..(shakes head in disbelief) that regime should be carried out by prisoners not dictating the pace.

& nicked from elsewhere but a good idea in times of expensive prisons & less money generally! ...

There's a big gap between Fortum and Mason and the cuisine of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. I would suggest we hire Joe Arpaio as a consultant for a month to get to grips with the British prison system.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Arpaio

Arpaio began to serve inmates surplus food including outdated and oxidized green bologna[13] and limited meals to twice daily. Meal costs would be reduced to 90 cents per day; as of 2007 Arpaio states that he has managed to reduce costs to 30 cents per day. Certain food items were banned from the county jail, mainly coffee (which also reduced "coffee attacks" on corrections officers), but later salt and pepper were removed from the jail (at a purported taxpayer savings of $20,000/year).
« Last Edit: November 25, 2008, 10:59:19 PM by MR GUS » Logged

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