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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.

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