Things you’re almost certainly not allowed to do, even if you’re a cop

Maine State Prison bra-removal policy reversed after women visitors object

Personally I hide the heroin in my…uh…never mind.

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3 Responses to Things you’re almost certainly not allowed to do, even if you’re a cop

  1. Unclezip says:

    That one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t always work, does it?

  2. Andrew says:

    What sucks is how much contraband women smuggle into prisons in their… bras.

    It sucks. I’ve seen it. That and the down-below areas full of… stuff.

    But there’s a fine line between what is wrong and right.

    I think the prisons that have gone to video visits have the answer. They can even put the ‘visitor’ center at a different location and totally cut out that line of supply, along with making it easier to ‘visit’ (for some reason, most prisons are in places normal folk call ‘the boonies’, go figure.)

  3. Andrew says:

    Well, actually didn’t see the ‘stuff down there’ as I wasn’t the correct gender to go all coon fingering where it didn’t belong, but…

    Of course, what was truly startling was the number of the female staff who were doing the same thing. That never made sense to me.

    5 months working at a mental prison was enough for me. Sometimes it seemed that there were more crazies on the staff than in the pods (amazing, with enough money, daddy’s little boy can get adjudicated as a nut-job and doesn’t have to go to the big-bad-bend-over prison…)

To the stake with the heretic!