Prisoners Go To Disgusting Extremes To Avoid Being Moved After Riot


Angry inmates have taken to gross measures to ensure their stay at HMP Birmingham and prevent them from being moved. 

Prisoners at Winson Green jail in Birmingham have been covering themselves with poo and throwing it at officers, the Mirror reports.

The shameless criminals apparently staged a ‘dirty protest’ in response to being told they were being moved to another prison near Wolverhampton.

Hundreds of convicts have already been re-located to other prisons as guards tried to take back control of the cells after one of the worst prison riots in decades broke out last week.

One group of trouble makers have already been transported to HMP Oakwood in Staffordshire, which like Birmingham, is also operated by security giant, G4S.

There have been reports of disturbances caused by the Birmingham clan already since being shipped out across the country to Hull and Cardiff.

An inside source at the Birmingham prison said:

There has been lots of ship outs to Oakwood today, however the last few started a dirty protest by throwing faeces at screws.

Officers have got dressed up and carried them out. It seems that anyone who can be identified from CCTV will be moved, regardless.

Officers have said move compliantly or risk being moved via force. Lads just don’t want to go and again voices not being heard.

Since the move, there has been a worrying increase in reports about Winson Green prisoners causing trouble at the prisons they’ve since been moved to.

Rumours of trouble have also emerged from Stockton and Bullingdon prisons.

A G4S spokesperson said:

We did not have any dirty protests during the transfers over the weekend.

We have one current protest, however this unrelated to either the transfers or the recent disturbances.

The riot is believed to have been started with seven prisoners kicking off in the N-wing because there ‘had been no TV to watch and the gym was closed.’

Control was seized from the guards by 400 inmates who took over at least four wings of the Category B jail including a gym, pharmacy and security equipment store.

Horrifyingly, fires broke out and footage captured prisoners leaning out of windows ‘gasping for breath and screaming for help’.

The riots raged on for 14 hours, until the specialist ‘Tornado team’ prison riot officers and armed police arrived to calm the situation down and take back control.

Hopefully the powers that be will listen to the prisoner’s outrage and the situation gets resolved soon.