BANG KWANG, THAILAND
top of the ‘prisoners execute today’ list.
For a Brit on death row this involves coughing up around £100 per month while for locals it’s just £8.
But execution isn’t the biggest killer in this place – you’re much more likely to die from one of the many diseases that thrive here, thanks to the atrocious living conditions.
There’s no running water and food consists of rice and rotting fish heads.
With buckets used for toilets, you’ve got the perfect conditions for disease.
It’s why so many prisoners die from scabies, dysentery, typhoid and cholera.
And your chances of ignoring something nasty are virtually zero when you have 70 people sharing a tiny cell, sleeping on the floor head to foot.
To take you mind off things you could always pay a visit to one of the DIY dentists who use their fingers and bits of string to ‘fix’ any dental problems.