10 Most Luxurious Items found in Cereso Mexican Prison Cells
In the aftermath of the Cereso prison break in Juarez, Mexico which resulted in the escape of 27 inmates as well as multiple fatalities, we have learned a few important lessons.
Prison in Mexico looks dope as f*** for some people.
Several prisoner's cells were found to contain multitudes of outrageous and luxurious items most prisoners would be lucky to even see, let alone own, outside of prison.
Here is a list of 10 of the MOST outrageous luxury items they have found so far:
1. Plasma TVs
How else are you supposed to get the news about how effective your reign of terror is going?
2. Liquor and drugs
Doing hard times doesn't mean not doing hard drugs. No reason they shouldn't enjoy the life they had on the outside now that they're inside.
3. Guns and a grenade launcher
Don't bring a knife to a grenade launcher fight. Sometimes a shiv just won't cut it.
4. Virtual reality headset
So they can virtually control their drug empire from the safety of their prison cells.
5. California King mattress
You know for when they need to roll up multiple bodies, or so they can have a slumber party with all of their besties added.
6. Induction stovetop and Guy Fieri's cookbook collection
Little a known fact but cartel leaders love to cook, and some are called the Generalisimos of Flavortown.
7. Rainfall Shower Heads
A regular peasants showerhead just won't do for a narco with a lot on the brain. The high pressure and full coverage of a rainfall shower head are essential for clearing a vato's thoughts.
8. Japanese Mud Bath
No respectable drug kingpin can go out into the world with clogged pores. Hence the essential mud bath. Don't ask what makes it Japanese.
9. King Tut sarcophagus
On loan from the British History Museum, some cartel leaders like to appreciate the ancient history of our world and some ancient fools dope as beards.
10. Amelia Earhart's original plane and corpse
It was one of the 20th century's greatest mysteries but now it has been solved, Amelia Earhart flew right into a Mexican prison.
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