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Yorkshire Ripper uses Nintendo console to keep fit behind bars

Broadmoor inmates given Wiis

High-security hospital Broadmoor – which is home to some of the UK’s most notorious killers – has issued 22 Nintendo Wiis to inmates in an effort to help keep them fit whilst they undergo treatment.

According to The Sun’s original story, inmates already have access to PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

A source at Broadmoor claims that Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe has been spied playing the bowling game on Wii Sports.

“When you think of their crimes and the misery they have caused, you have to ask if it’s right for society to pay to entertain them,” a source said.

“This cash could have been spent improving care in the wider NHS. In the meantime all we hear is laughter as patients play with their new toys.”

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