slop out


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slop out

vb
(Law) (intr, adverb) (of prisoners) to empty chamber pots and collect water for washing
Translations

w>slop out

vi (in prison etc) → den/die Toiletteneimer (aus)leeren
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ABRUTAL sex killer has bleated that having to slop out in a Midland prison violates his HUMAN RIGHTS.
So we had to slop out in large containers which had to be carried ashore to be emptied.
A CRIMINAL awarded pounds 2,000 compensation for having to slop out in prison has been sent back to jail - after blowing it on heroin.
They have been emotionally scarred by having to slop out.
Court of Session judges found in favour of Stuart Docherty, James Philbin and Paul Logan, who had to slop out at Barlinnie in Glasgow.
PRISONERS forced to slop out in Scotland's jails were paid pounds 4million in compensation last year alone, it was revealed yesterday.
They are about to be dumped on from a great height by cons whose "human rights" have been abused because they have to slop out every morning
The Sunday Mail revealed the multi- million payouts last year and earlier this month it emerged that the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) has set aside pounds 44million to compensate inmates forced to slop out.
Some pounds 11million has already been paid to prisoners, who argued their human rights were breached by having to slop out in shared cells.
The figure was revealed yesterday as prison chiefs announced plans to make cash offers to up to 300 prisoners who had to slop out in shared cells.
The Court of Session ruled armed robber Robert Napier's human rights had been breached because he was forced to slop out in Barlinnie.