#KZNSouthAfricaPrison: Warder’s Sex Tape With Inmate ‘Now On Major Porn Site’

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The storm that has engulfed the Ncome Correctional Centre has now left an international impression – in the most sordid way possible. A sex tape, featuring an inmate ‘having it off’ with a prison guard in KZN, has been plastered all over the internet this week – forcing the Correctional Services Department into a humiliating statement about the situation.

KZN OFFICIALS STRUGGLE TO PREVENT GUARD-PRISONER SEX TAPE FROM SPREADING

Both the guard and the prisoner are now facing severe disciplinary action, after their illicit encounter went all the way. The DCS says they are ’embarrassed and gutted’ by the conduct of both parties.

“A video with flustering scenes of alleged sexual activity between an official and an inmate at the Ncome Correctional Centre, KZN, has left the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) appalled, embarrassed, and gutted. Those in possession of the explicit video must not disseminate it.”

PORN SITES NOW HOSTING NCOME VIDEOS

However, if justice officials were hoping to keep a lid on things, they’re not going to have much luck: Not only has #prisoner been the top trend on Twitter throughout Wednesday, but the entire clip of the x-rated action is now on some of the major international porn websites. However, this is extremely problematic – as it violates a newly introduced South African law.

Knowingly distributing private sexual photographs or films without the prior consent of any individual featured is classed as ‘Revenge Porn’. The penalties for offenders – a broad term that includes both the original uploader of the content AND those who share it elsewhere – are justifiably strict.

WHY YOU SHOULD NOT SHARE THE ‘KZN PRISONER SEX TAPE’

If you’re found guilty of contravening this law, you’re screwed. In every sense of the word. Basic offences come with a maximum jail sentence of two years, and a fine rising to R150 000. However, if you post revenge porn which identifies the victim, both the prison time (four years) and the financial penalty (R300 000) double-up.

Take the department’s advice, and avoid sharing the explicit content in this video at all costs…

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