Trollstation ‘Pranksters’ Brag About Prison Lifestyle Via Snapchat

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One member of the four imprisoned Trollstation team has managed to maintain a social media presence despite being behind bars.

Endrit Ferizolli has managed to get his hands on a phone to give Snapchat followers an insight into prison life, plus tours of the cell he now calls home.

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The 20-year-old has been using the platform to brag about the prison lifestyle bestowed upon him for being part of a fake heist at the National Portrait Gallery, before staging a fake robbery and kidnapping at Tate Britain.

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Ferizolli said:

I’ve seen more drugs in jail than I have on the road. I’ve seen more shanks. It’s mad.

Anything you can get on the road side you can get in jail for the right price.

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He also captioned one post ‘Another day in the Queen’s house done, tomorrow, what will it bring?’, while complaining on Facebook that there are ‘No flat screen or chicks but got a PS2.’

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The heart bleeds…

Any one up for some prison banter

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Ferizolli, who held a loudspeaker which played a siren during the ‘heist’, was originally sentenced to 16 weeks in a young offenders’ institution, but at the start of July was transferred to Wandsworth Prison.

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He now shares a cell with 27-year-old fellow prankster Daniel Jarvis, who similarly likes striking a pose while in custody…

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This is the ‘prank’ which landed the YouTubers in trouble, with reports of panicked victims being trampled while fleeing the heist scene:

The Home Office is yet to comment on the posts made from inside the prison – but if it was their hope the viral wind up merchants would learn to stop attention seeking while locked up, then a rethink may be required…

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