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A NO­TO­RI­OUS in­mate was charged with con­tra­band found in his cell at Bar­won Prison.

But he doesn’t give a toss about fac­ing court for al­legedly pos­sess­ing a “cat­e­gory two item in prison”, it’s what’s said to be on the con­tra­band that’s got him into a golden sweat.

Page 13 hears the smug­gled item was a mem­ory stick which is said to re­veal alarm­ing images of what in jail­house jar­gon are known as wa­ter sports.

Some­what ap­pro­pri­ately, the mem­ory stick was se­creted in the cell’s toi­let brush. It may end up be­ing a wee prob­lem de­pend­ing on what the courts de­cide. The pis­sant’s pec­ca­dillo has re­minded prison author­i­ties of some of the more vul­gar prac­tices of in­mates. Such as

CARL WIL­LIAMS “bronz­ing up” to avoid a court ap­pear­ance.

The “smear” is now part of Vic­to­rian prison folk­lore. But Carl got the wrong date and was all dressed up with nowhere to go. Ex­cept the shower.

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