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Monday, 9 November 2015

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It seems to be working in Indonesia, but the US are having no clocs outside their prisons or handbags!

To make sure their prisoners never get out alive, Indonesia has decided to employ huge crocodiles to patrol their prisons instead of the human version.

Indonesia is renowned for its infamous and very strict prison regimes and once an inmate is in, they never want him to come out alive, so to enforce this latest piece of legislation a team of very dangerous, huge, man-eating crocs have been posted outside all major prisons in the country.

In Jakarta's main prison the system seems to be working well because no prisoners have been seen exiting the place alive and nobody dares to go in!

Prison director, Mr Tin Pan Alli, told Jaggedone's CIA special reptile reporter, Crocodile Done-Dee-Fruitandnutcake, why the experiment is working so well, here his report:

"Flirtsly no more collutption, less inmates to fleed, more meat for clocodiles, less clime, more money for Indonesian Plesident, velly good, no?"

Thank you Mr Tin Pan Alli for this report and we shall be forwarding the project to Plesident Obama to see is the US can reduce its prison population drastically by allowing Clocodiles to patrol San Quentin, etc.

Plesident Obama replied and said, "not over my dead body and not before the missus gets her brand new clocodile shoes, handbag and matching clocodile leather winter coat!"

A passing buffalo has just been devoured, sorry animal lovers!

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