Big Brother jail divides inmates

The Big Brother jail has received its five new inmates.

The Big Brother jail has received its five new inmates.

The coupled-up housemates were told to split into prisoners and prison warders for their latest task.

Aisleyne, Glyn, Imogen, Pete and Spiral opted to go behind bars. Jennie, Mikey, Susie, Richard and Michael took the role of prison officer.

The secret house has been converted into a jail. The prisoners must wear uniform, perform menial tasks and live on prison food.

They will be allowed only one hour of exercise per day, when they will be shackled together.

While they are serving their sentences, the prison officers have to monitor them on CCTV cameras and carry out inspections.

If both sides complete their tasks successfully they will receive a luxury shopping budget. If they fail, they must live on basic rations of rice and chickpeas.

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