prison premisesMy prison is in the cellar of the house, which whole belongs to me, and this is where I live. So you can be sure that, even during nightrest, you will not be alone. It will give you a sense of security and psychological comfort.
Warsaw Prison has an area one hunder and ten square meters:
Room no. 1
Twenty-meter room, which brings to mind atmosphere of the worst places of torture. Raw decor, steel, red brick, cold light - perfectly captures the atmosphere of the place. After crossing the doorstep, you already know, that your stay here will not be easy.
To Room No. 1 adjoin eight-meter storage, where are my accessories to all kinds of torture.
Room no. 2
The next twenty-meter room is kept in the same climate as the room number 1. Here you will spend your nights and breaks, that you will have during your imprisonment. There is above all a prison cell, in which you will find:
- bottle of water
- emergency button
- bucket for urine
- toilet paper
Room no. 3
Thirteen meters cold, wet, dark isolation room, made in strict style. Fantastic place to break slaves. Available for use from April to the end of October.
Room no. 4
Thirty-meter room, very high (3,7 m), whose main part is the gantry used to suspend slaves, a large bondage frame, and two boxes: Black Box - horizontal prison cell and Extreme Box - box for bondage and isolation.
- st. Andrew's Cross
- large cage
- "penalty hedgehog"
- gynecological chair
- spanking barrel
- bondage frame
- Black Box - horizontal isolation box
- Extreme Box - box for bondage and isolation
- doggy style bench
- mobile down puller
Twelve-meter room with a drain in the floor, in which a prisoner is washed and has enema.
Six-meter room with toilet and sink, in which a prisoner has a toothbrush and toothpaste to twice a day brush teeth.
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