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Georgia authorities discover pencils, tweezers and hair pins inside prison inmate’s ‘birth canal’

June 13, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Georgia authorities discover pencils, tweezers and hair pins inside prison inmate’s ‘birth canal’

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Georgia prison authorities were shocked to discover pencils, tweezers and hairpins concealed inside of a female inmate’s birth canal last week.

The pencils were captured in a picture that the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office posted on their Facebook page on Thursday.

“This morning a female inmate came from Emmanuel County State Pen,” the sheriff’s office stated. “Per policy, we searched and pulled this out of her, uhh birth canal.”

Seven sets of tweezers and bobby pins were also found, according to the sheriff’s office.

In the post’s comments, the sheriff’s office described how the objects could be used.

“Bobbie pins and tweezers can be improvised to open handcuffs,” it said.

One person commented and said: “I’ve worked around jails and prisons. I’ve never heard of a black market for pencils.” The office replied by saying, “They are used for tattoos. Mix lead with spit or water, you can knock out a prison tat.”

Another user called the post “as inappropriate a post by a public servant as I’ve seen.”

“Can’t please everyone,” the sheriff’s office responded.

Another commenter asked about pencils being prohibited. The person asked, “Are pencils contraband?”

“Yes, jail-issue pens only…they aren’t good for stabbing [sic],” the sheriff’s office said.

Another used asked about the cavity search that was carried out. “Is that usually a place you search?!?!” the person asked.

“Every time!!!” the sheriff’s office asserted.

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