Security at London's Holloway Prison was tightened after it emerged that a prisoner was suing the prison after being given Paracetamol for her pregnancy.
An internal enquiry was launched to find out how babies were getting into the prison.
Today, Thursday, Spoof News learns that a warder at the prison was arrested and held in the Governor's office for 7 hours, suspected of trying to smuggle a baby into the prison. However, governors at the jail had to release her after they admitted that the warder was actually pregnant.
To avoid further misunderstands all staff at the prison have been ordered to attend sex education classes to learn where babies come from.
When questioned 39% of warders thought they were thrown over the prison wall 16% thought they transferred from HMP Wakefield after being found under their mulberry bush, and 14% thought they were smuggled in during visits.
23 babies are currently held in prisoners' stored property in the prison's reception after being removed from women who are not allowed babies in possession under the prisons Incentive and Earned Privileges scheme.