Your phone's confiscated.
Your fingerprints are taken.
You're going to prison.
But don't worry, it's just for lunch.
The Clink Charity opened its third restaurant this week inside Brixton Prison in south London.
The meals are cooked and served by actual prisoners at restaurants located inside prison walls as part of a training and qualification program to help them prepare for life on the outside.
The venue is the third to open under the scheme, joining enterprises at Cardiff Prison in Wales and High Down Prison in Surrey.
Read more - Latest London lunch: Prison food
Do I get to shank a rapist for dessert?
It might actually be pleasant to dine in a place where all the phones are confisticated.
"I ain't giving you my cornbread. And if you come try and take my cornbread, part 2 of my killing spree gonna start up in here."
– Eddie Murphy, Life
There are several federal prisons with culinary arts programs, and they serve good meals to the staff. It sounds like a security nightmare letting in the public, though.
Reblogged this on Mr. Feliz's Blog (Teacher Arturo).
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