A psychiatric prison is willing to organise sex for highly-dangerous inmates at its long stay unit, against justice ministry rules, the Telegraaf reports on Friday.
The Pompey clinic is home to a number of murderers who have been sentenced to indefinite psychiatric care.
The paper says prostitutes can be organised via an agency called Flekszorg and provide basic services for €105 and all-in sex therapy for €135. Flekszorg also provides sex workers for people with physical handicaps.
The provision of sex for prisoners came to light during the making of a documentary Longstay which premiers on Friday at the IDFA festival.
The paper says justice ministry officials tried to have passages from the film scrapped. In another scene, an inmate is seen smoking marijuana while another boasts of looking at pornography.
The excerpt from the documentary on the Telegraaf website does not make it clear if the clinic regularly uses prostitutes or has just looked into the possibility.
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