I read a newspaper story bout disgraced cop Ali Desai, who is getting beaten up and taunted in prison.
The thing is, according to the story, for his own safety he's in a special prison, normally used for sex offenders.
How come sex offenders are looking down their nose at him? Until recently, he was still actually a serving policeman.
I'll never understand the prison pecking order. Surely, a fraudster should be higher up the criminal hierarchy than a child molester. Let alone a high ranking police officer.
Can anyone explain how the social ranking works? Is it anything to do with political correctness going mad?
Maybe this complicated new hierachy / social fabric would make a good subject for a wallchart, that could be given away free with a popular newspaper.
(I think I'd actually buy a paper if they had one of these wallcharts. Yes, even the Daily express. Although I might draw the line at the Daily Star.)