Privacy doesn’t exist in prison.



Within minutes of arrival from court, you will be strip searched. And depending on the officer doing the search, that may involve squatting. From there on in, nothing is private. metro illustrations What it’s really like to be openly gay in prison Cells are usually shared by two inmates; they’re around the size of the average family bathroom, with a bunk bed, sink, toilet, a table and a couple of cupboards. Read more:

http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/19/sharing-cells-open-showers-and-masturbation-what-privacy-in-prison-is-really-like-6647837/#ixzz4kTFgyuTq