DOING BIRD Hawks lift lags’ spirits with ‘funday’ displays
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Euromillions winner Jane Park, 23, is making the cash offer after a string of failed relationships left her alone with her fortune.
She is launching a website where blokes can apply to be her boyfriend for a £60,000 annual “allowance” so they can wine and dine her.
A source told how she will film the interview process for a documentary, set to air next year.
The source said: “Jane is amazing and has so much to give but she has found herself alone again as since she won, she’s had terrible luck.
“She’s never sure whether she is being loved for herself or for her bank balance. So she would rather have the arrangement out in the open. A JAIL is brightening up life on the wing by treating lags to displays by birds of prey. Jane has a tendency to be insecure sometimes and worries about people’s motives. She is willing to pay the right price for someone loyal.”
Jane dated X Factor finalist Sam Callahan in 2016 but they split over reports of him cheating. And her relationship with teenage footie ace Jordan Piggott ended in heartbreak.
She was just 17 when she scooped £1million on her first ticket. Since then, she has splashed out on cars, holidays and plastic surgery.
It is all a far cry from her £8-an-hour job as an admin temp and two-bed Edinburgh council flat she shared with her mum before her win. But she says life was easier back then.
The source added: “Loyalty is the most important thing to her – the money is a small price to pay.” were revealed in a report by jail watchdog the Independent Monitoring Board.
It says: “Birds of prey continue to be popular and prisoners gain insight from caring for them.
“It is good to note the involvement of the birds on family days.
“Prisoners clearly enjoy the family days when they are given the opportunity to spend the afternoon with their fami- lies in the visits hall. Catering is provided and activities include face painting, ipads, reading groups and birds of prey demonstrations.”
As well as Brexit the owl, the other raptors include Chestnut the Tawny owl, Jesse the kestrel and three barn owls named Georgina, Jack and Bramble.
There are Harris hawks called Frisk, Bluebell and Grace, plus a trio of Bengal eagle owls named Olivia, Ron and Reggie – possibly a nod to the Kray Twins.
Most of the birds were donated by Warrington-based charity Wildwings, which offers expertise and support for the programme.
The birds are cared for by a five-strong team of inmates selected for good behaviour and progress.
A spokesperson for the prison, run by G4S, confirmed only inmates with increased privileges were eligible to take part in the open days.
The IMB report also revealed a prison band was being set up, a sports massage course has been introduced and lags also enjoyed football and bowls sessions.
JACKPOT: £1million win at 17 LONELY: Jane will stump up for a man
HOOT: Jail owl called Brexit