with two sides costs £10.70. Takeaways can be picked up from restaurants or ordered to an address through the mobile phone app Deliveroo.
In July last year footage emerged of convict Dominic Usher eating McDonald’s cheeseburgers in jail. Usher, 29, of Nottingham, is serving life for kidnap, blackmail, robbery and arson.
One of the videos shows him turning his nose up at a prison curry before showing off the burgers, while in another he was seen snorting a white powder. Other footage showed groups of lags partying, singing, and even appearing to smoke drugs by using an asthma inhaler as a makeshift bong.
There was uproar over the videos but it seems from our pictures that little has been done to stop prisoners smuggling in anything they want.
The easiest way for inmates to get contraband is by bribing staff. Some are paid £500 a time to bring in packages, and threatened if they fail to carry out their missions.
One source with extensive knowledge of the prison system told the BBC in March there was a working assumption that three to five staff in every jail were