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Convict Let Out, Not Happy, Wants To Go Home

Friday, August 18th, 2006 at 13:04 by Simon Kimber

Austria’s prison system must be even cushier than ours if the actions of convicted theif Detlef Federsohn are anything to go by.

Police were called to the scene last week when witnesses saw a man on the roof of Josefstadt prison in Vienna and believed an attempted break-out was in progress.  Little did they know that Federsohn, 23, was actually trying to break in!

After speaking to the press we are left in little doubt that Mr Federsohn’s services will not be required in the promotion of prison as a¬†deterant:

“Life is so much easier on the inside. They feed you, do your washing and let you watch TV, which I can tell you is a lot more than my mum does. So I thought if I could sneak back in I would blend in with the others and the guards wouldn’t notice.”

Overcrowding in prisons? All becomes clear.

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