Five-Star Prison Cell

“That’s a jail cell in the F1 section of the Aranjuez prison in Spain, designed to let imprisoned parents to live with their children!

Welcome to a jail Spain says is the only the one in the world with cell units for families: Disney characters on the walls, a nursery, a playground for toddlers. The idea is for kids to bond with their imprisoned parents while young enough to be oblivious to their surroundings, and for inmates seeking rehabilitation to learn parenting skills. The prison in this town 40 kilometers (25 miles) south of Madrid has 36 cell units for families, although now only 16 are occupied, most with Latin Americans. The units of the special F-1 section are known in jail jargon as ‘five-star cells’.”


(de la Neatorama)


2 Responses to “Five-Star Prison Cell”

  1. that sounds like a good idea…but…isn’t a person imprisoned so he/she cannot get the freedom to at least be near his/her beloved ones and that should be something teaching them not to do bad things again in the future?

    *or I’m just being naive?*

  2. I have met you once or twice through Lisa Martin, you are seriously the funniest person I have ever met!

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