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5 People Who Purposely Went To Prison In The Name Of Love (And Other Odd Reasons)


It’s not very often that people commit crimes in the hopes of going to jail. For some, their hearts won out over logic when they purposely committed crimes so they could be sent to the same jail or prison where their lovers resided. For others, prison was a far better option than the outside world. Check out Crime Feed’s Top 5 People Who Purposely Went to Prison In the Name of Love…and Other Odd Reasons:

1. Woman Steals $4 Bottle of Wine So She Can Be Reunited With Jailed Boyfriend
Couldn’t she at least have at least stolen a more expensive bottle of wine for the two to enjoy? Mad Dog 20/20 doesn’t exactly scream ROMANCE.

2. Man Commits Crime So He Can Get Into Jail and Propose To Girlfriend
The man told police that when he met his currently incarcerated girlfriend, it was “love at first sight” and that she was his “soulmate.” Everyone together now….Awwwwww!

3. Teens set fire to Canadian Police Station So They Could Get Arrested and Visit Their Friend In Jail
These two are taking the concept of a bromance to a whole new level…

4. Woman Purposely Slaps Cop So She Would Go To Jail and Could Quit Smoking
No ifs, ands or butts….this woman went about quitting smoking the wrong way.

5. Man Says He Got Arrested On Purpose So He Could Study
Not only is this guy hitting the books, he must be hitting the sauce to say something like that at a bond hearing.

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