Indiana Inmates Do the Conjugal Crawl

Security flaw provides opening - so to speak - for visits

Undaunted by a concrete wall separating their respective cellblocks, male and female inmates took advantage of a design flaw in an Indiana jail to engage in late-night sexual trysts, according to published reports.

According to The Smoking Gun Web site, six inmates in the Greene County Jail -- three men and three women -- pried open metal security tiles in the ceiling of their respective dormitory-style housing units to gain access to the adjoining cellblock, according to court documents.

A copy of the affidavit can be found on the Web site.

According to the Web site, the inmates were able to get into the lockup next door because the concrete wall separating the spaces did not continue to the building's roof.

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