Here’s one for ya:

In 2002, a man murdered two 10-year-old girls. He subsequently was sentenced to 40 years in prison.

What’s the best place for a man who murdered two girls? Solitary confinement…with all girls.

So says 44-year-old Ian Huntley, who claims he’s now Nicola — a lady. Lady Nic is requesting transfer to an all-women’s prison so he can live out his days looking fabulous in his bright orange (or whatever they wear in the UK).

As told to the Daily Star by a “source”:

“Huntley believes that he will have a much cushier life in a women’s prison. But he is mistaken as he will get a far harder time from female prisoners.”

For Christmas, Huntley’s been asking pen-pals to mail him dresses, a blonde wig, and stockings.

It remains unclear whether he’s requested an actual sex change.

In a way, it’s no surprise he’s requesting transfer. As reported by The Telegraph:

Huntley has been attacked several times in prison, first at Wakefield Prison and also at Frankland Prison, where he was transferred to in 2008.

In 2005, he was scalded with boiling water by fellow inmate Mark Hobson; in 2010 he had his throat slashed.

Damien Fowkes, a former drug addict who was jailed for life in 2002 for a knifepoint robbery, allegedly attacked Huntley with a razor blade attached to a toothbrush a day before a planned search of their prison for weapons.

Huntley needed emergency hospital treatment after being slashed across the throat.

But there’s no doubt a different possible motivation: an all-female population. After all, he killed Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, put them in a ditch, removed their clothes, and set them on fire. Additionally, he raped Katie Bryan, a 15-year-old.

He doesn’t sound like a candidate for honored requests. Or someone who should be within 20-feet of a female, unless earth is separating them. And by that, I mean a situation where she’s on top.

 

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