Prisoner hides smartphone and charger in his behindBy Mason White 10:11 AM August 26, 2015
By: Tanya Malhotra
A man was arrested on a charge of attempted smuggling after hiding a smartphone and a charger in his behind in order to smuggle the items into prison, police in the United Kingdom said.
Now, 30-year-old Nehemiah Palmer of London, was sentenced to serve 6 months in jail after being convicted of attempted smuggling.
According to the police investigation, Palmer was ordered to sit in a specially designed chair that detected the phone and the charger lodged in his rectum.
The Cardiff Crown Court heard that Palmer tried to smuggle the phone and charger into the Cardiff prison while being jailed for credit card fraud.
Palmer was sentenced to serve 16 months in prison after being caught with cloned credit cards. Now, Palmer received another six months for attempted smuggling.