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Dec 17, 2014
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When someone mentions Bilibid, what usually comes to mind is a maximum security prison where the country’s most notorious criminals are made to reflect on and serve time for the crimes they committed. They are taught to live in simplicity and in harmony with each other. Far from the luxurious life of the outside world–or maybe something like that.

A few days ago, a team headed by Justice Secretary Leila de Lima raided a number of luxurious quarters owned by influential convicts inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) in Muntinlupa. They originally planned the raid to get evidences that would link the high-profile inmates to the illegal drug trade in the NBP compound, which they successfully accomplished. But they also saw things that can easily make any free man jealous.


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Aside from having fully air-conditioned rooms or "kubols," they also found out that at least 19 convicts at the national penitentiary live an extravagant lifestyle. One inmate boasts of a personal sauna and widescreen TVs, while another has his own music studio. Others have wallets loaded with cash and a handful of expensive watches. But the biggest headline of ‘em all was the one who keeps a life-size sex doll in his room. You, sir, are one active man.

To give you a better idea of just how these inmates are totally living the life, we've listed down below some of the items and "services" that were found in their possession. #Blessed, anyone?


WADS OF CASH

Convicted drug lord Peter Co had P1.4 million in his possession. His assistant, Jojo Baligad, also had bills in a Louis Vuitton cash box. LV, baby!

Inmate Co's kubol also had secret passageways leading to certain areas of compound, guns (from pistols to assault weapons), and drug paraphernalia.


LUXURY WATCHES

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Inmate Herbert Colango, a leader of the Waray-Waray and Ozamiz robbery group had a number of luxury watches, including a diamond-studded Patek Philippe, five Rolexes, a Cartiers, and an Officine Panerei. Bling-bling, y'all!

Colango, however, claims that the expensive watches were gifts to him. One of them, he insists, was given by an uncle who's also a congressman. #Ows 


HERMES LEATHER BELT

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Aside from luxury timepieces, Colangco also owns a bunch of designer wallets and a Hermes leather belt that retails for P17, 600.


SONY PS4

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We're still saving up for one of these babies... Wait, game consoles are now allowed in prisons? What do they play GTA? #Witty

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SMART TVs

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Because gaming ethics say you should only play with your Ps4 using a Smart TV!


A MUSIC STUDIO

Mind you, these are all top-of-the-line equipment!


A CLASSY-LOOKING CHANDELIER

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It's not too far-fetched to imagine that this conversation once took place inside Bilibid:

Rich Inmate 1 (bragging): "Kosa, nakita mo na ba chandelier ko?"

Rich Inmate 2 (jealous): "Uy. meron ka na? Pumipili pa ako nung papalagay ko sa kubol ko."

Altogether now, tang*na this!


PARTY LIGHTS

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Oh, we get it: because they need to jailhouse rock! Long live, Elvis!

And when there's a party, there are...


IMPORTED AND EXPENSIVE LIQUOR

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And rumors say that the only liquor available in Munti is a concoction of ethyl alcohol and water? BS, we tell you.


A LARGE AQUARIUM

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That's a lot of space for a prison cell.


A MOTHERF*CKING JACUZZI

We're guessing no "soapy" accidents happen here. Right, inmate Jojo Baligad? Or maybe that's where you and our next item spend lots of quality time?


A SEX DOLL

Not that we're jealous, but W-O-W-!


LINGERIE

Is it for the doll or for you, kuya?


A WALL FULL OF GIRLS

...arranged in a pattern that's quite popular in Quezon Ave. and Makati Ave. This kinda explains the lingerie. Rumors have it that showbiz starlets are also regularly seen inside the NBP compound. 


AND LASTLY, THIS:

We don't about you, but that face speaks to us, and it says: "Buy my album or you'll get shanked!" Just kidding, Mr. Roberry Gang Leader, sir!


Now, we wonder, how were these items smuggled inside the country's maximum security compound. We all know the answer of course. And you what, it's just sad.

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