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Lags’ wives discover legal loophole to send saucy snaps to prison

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PRISONERS’ wives have discovered a legal loophole to send their locked-up lovers saucy snaps.
Lags are usually forced to spend their time behind bars without any nude pics because of strict rules around sexually explicit material.
Prisoners have been receiving saucy snaps from their wives1Prisoners have been receiving saucy snaps from their wivesCredit: GettyBut now their savvy partners have come up with a system that means they can post their boyfriends cheeky pics.
They have been buying ‘Rule 39’ stamps online and using them on their letters to their hubbies.
Rule 39 packages can only be searched in exceptional circumstances under rules to protect confidentiality between inmates and their solicitors.
A source told The Mirror: “This has put a smile on a lot of men’s faces, but I can’t see it lasting long. 
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“There’s bound to be a clampdown.”
Details of how to buy the stamps have been shared on Facebook groups.
One woman wrote: “I’ve sent all sorts and he’s got every single pic. 50 photos every month.”
A Prison Service spokesman said: “Sending fake legal letters is a criminal offence and we refer any evidence of this to the police.”

It comes after we told of the world’s most luxurious prison where inmates have plush weekend chalets, sex visits twice a week and dine on sushi.
Their comfortable bedrooms boast a flat screen TV, an en-suite bathroom and access to a plush living area with a fully equipped kitchen and a private garden.
Halden Prison in Norway lets hardcore offenders two visits from wives or girlfriends each week and can get intimate in a private visitors’ room – where towels and condoms are provided.

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