Or killed during the
Forget ITV1’S HMP Aylesbury – these are the world’s PROPER toughest prisons
LIFE can be tough in British prisons – there’s no
the food’s shite and you’ve only got a crappy old PlayStation 2.
So it’s no surprise some of our prisoners get narked, gob off and swear a lot. This is what we saw in ITV’s ‘hard-hitting’ doc about Britain’s toughest prison – apparently it’s in Aylesbury!!
Now, no offence to Buckinghamshire’s finest, but if this is the toughest, hardest, most dangerous prison we’ve got then it’s an absolute f***ing joke.
Because it’s like Buckingham Palace when you compare it to some of the sickest, bloodiest and deadliest prisons in the world. These are places where accessing Sky Sports isn’t a priority. You’re more worried about getting stabbed in the face, arse raped and EATEN by fellow inmates.
These are places so disgusting they make execution seem like a fortnight’s holiday in Ibiza.
Here, we take a look at some of the world’s nastiest nicks. THE last place you’ll find a prison warden here is in the prison.
They refuse to step inside the place because it’s way too dangerous – which is fair enough.
Because what you will find inside Lurigancho Prison is a deadly mix of nutters, drugs, weapons and killer diseases.
With prison guards rarely going into the compound, the prisoners are left to look after themselves.
It has allowed powerful prison gangs to develop with each block having its own leader who controls everything – who gets the food, who gets the drugs and who gets murdered.
With the gang leaders dishing out the food – one dish of gruel per day – the prisoners have no choice but to follow orders.
Murders and brutal attacks are common with an average of two people getting killed EACH DAY. These are mainly ordered by the prison leaders as a way of resolving squabbles. Guns and knives are easily available and often supplied by bribed guards.
The other major killer is AIDS. One of the big problems in the prison is the number of inmates shagging each other.
One of the cell blocks, Pavillion 13, is dedicated to transvestites and homosexuals who are pimped out by prison leaders.
The prison has a history of psycho riots. On one occasion in 1986 the authorities executed 125 inmates after an outbreak of violence.
But their preferred method of control these days is drugs.
The authorities allow inmates to take ‘ pasta basica’ – cocaine mixed with tobacco – as they think the zonked out prisoners are less of a risk.
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