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Photo via Wikimedia Commons. This weekend, Charlie Chaplin, a man whose face you know and movies you don't, would have celebrated his th birthday. Though no birth certificate for the British film icon has ever been found, it's generally accepted that he was born on April 16, Celebrities' birthdays are completely irrelevant, yet many have noted that the beloved Aries entered the world just four days before another toothbrush-mustached famous person: Adolf Hitler. Although Chaplin's ridiculous facial hair came with a sense for slapstick, the pair are often compared, and not just because the " tyrannical director " satirized the tyrannical dictator in a film.
British teen drug dealer’s week in US prison shocks him into turning his life around
Banged Up: Teens Behind Bars: Teenagers cover their noses in horror as they are taken to morgue
THE life of petty criminal and drug dealer Korede Akintunde was set on a dangerous, deadly path — until a short spell inside made the year-old change his ways. They were made to work on chain gangs, shouted at, threatened, belittled, humiliated and treated with contempt. They were referred to only by their prison numbers, never their names, and forced to wear a matching hooped uniform.
A new Channel 4 documentary will see eight teenagers who are regularly in trouble with the law sent to an American prison to serve time with inmates including murderers, child abusers and arsonists. Banged Up: Teens Behind Bars is a three-part documentary in which the UK teens are enrolled in the "radical intervention programme" at Brevard County Jail in central Florida, a penitentiary with 1, prisoners, known as one of the toughest prisons in America. Britain's prison population is the largest in Europe and youth knife crime has gone up 64 per cent in the past five years, so this extreme experiment aims to stop young adults who look like they're headed for a life of crime by locking them up with actual criminals in America. The eight teens are stripped of everything they've walked into prison with, and it all gets a bit Orange Is The New Black - just without the humour - as they're taken to the middle of maximum security for a frankly terrifying time, where the prisoners bang on their cell doors and yell obscenities at them. The boys might be nervously laughing, but it's clear they've never been more scared in their short lives.