Holiday camps to take over UK youth jails!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 3 February 2011

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Part of the Holiday-camp entertainment for youth jails, sexy cheer leaders performing!

British youths being sent to jail for different crimes just can't wait; especially after hearing the news that Holiday Camps are taking over the running of the jails.

It seems that many people are criticising the way youth jails are run and have accused them of being "Holiday Camps" so why not?

Never to miss a perfect business opportunity, Putlin's jumped in and offered their services and here are some of them:

Breakfast calls at 9.00am with a rendition of Mungo Jerry's "In the summer time" being pumped through loudspeakers.

Purple coat employees providing all-day entertainment for the poor, young, misunderstood criminals including pantomimes, disco's, games, pole dancing (?), swimming pool games and organised sporting events.

Buffet lunches and dinners including pizza's, spaghetti and McDonalds burgers, etc. (just what poor misunderstood knife toting juvenile delinquents need, plenty of junk food)

Internet access, private chalets, sauna's, etc, and for the especially well-behaved male prisoners, evening entertainment including teenage beauties dancing up their poles and on the tables?

The British Home Office has approved the plan and refurbishment of the prisons is to be financed by you and me, the tax-payer; and if any member of your family has ever been knifed, beaten up, mugged or robbed by a hooded juvenile thug, now you know why you pay taxes, to look after the poor little souls!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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