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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.
By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. Rebellious British teenagers were seen covering their noses as they were taken to the morgue in a behavioral TV experiment which viewers praised as a 'great life lesson'. The eight youngsters, aged between 15 and 17, were sent to America's toughest prison, Florida 's Brevard County Jail, to correct their anti-social behaviour after getting in trouble with the law. While some viewers branded the approach - designed to show the teens what could happen to them if they continued on their current path - 'extreme', others argued the tough tactic would teach them a life lesson.
Banged Up: Teens Behind Bars started this evening and it seemed it was a big hit with Channel 4 viewers. The intense documentary showed some British teenagers head to the US in order for a sharp awakening. Eight youngsters, who have regularly been in trouble with the law, try their hand at an American prison.
A new Channel 4 show will see badly behaved British teens sent to experience life in one of America's toughest prisons in a bid to curb their wayward attitudes. Banged Up: Teens Behind Bars will hit screens on Monday, 29th April, with eight teens aged between 15 and 17 sent to a tough Florida jail to live and work in an existing American programme called Behaviour Attitude Modification. The radical scheme is designed to keep badly behaved teenagers on the straight and narrow, encouraging them to make life choices that will keep them out of trouble - and prison.
Twelve newly arrived teenage refugees and migrants are among the designers behind the latest collection from Newtown ethical fashion brand The Social Outfit. The students from Fairfield High School's intensive English centre designed individual artworks over 10 two-hour workshops. Their pieces have now been combined and digitised into a sealife-themed 'Fairfield' print for the label's new Kinetic Bloom range, launching this week.
Layla, 17, spent a week living and working in a notorious Florida jail. A teenage girl from Liverpool turned her life around after spending a week in a notorious American prison. She was one of the eight teens aged between 15 and 17 who spent a week living and working in a tough Florida jail in a super-sized version of an existing American programme called Behaviour Attitude Modification. The radical scheme is designed to keep young tearaways on the straight and narrow and encourage them to make the life choices that will keep them out of prison.
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