Female inmates serves at McDonald on release day.

Female Prisoners Working at McDonald’s on Day Release from Notorious UK Prison

Inmates from Askham Grange Serve McDonald’s Customers

Female inmates from Askham Grange, a prison known for housing some of Britain’s most notorious female criminals, have been serving customers at a nearby McDonald’s, according to an exclusive report by MailOnline. The prisoners were spotted preparing and serving meals to McDonald’s customers while on day release from Askham Grange, located in the Yorkshire countryside and often referred to as the UK’s most comfortable prison.

Unaccompanied Walk Back to Prison

After completing their shifts, these inmates were observed walking unescorted for approximately 40 minutes back to Askham Grange, a former stately home situated in the picturesque country village of Askham Richard, near York. During this walk, the prisoners wore orange high-visibility jackets over their McDonald’s uniforms. They interacted with prison guards via the intercom, and the prison gates were opened to admit them at the end of their day of freedom.

Identity and Offenses Unknown

The identity of these female inmates, who appeared to be in their early 40s, remains undisclosed, as does the nature of their offenses.

Notable Former Inmates

Askham Grange has housed several high-profile inmates in the past, including Sheree Spencer, who was sentenced to four years for a 20-year campaign of violence against her husband. Anne Darwin, who helped her ex-husband John fake his own death in a kayaking accident, also served time at Askham Grange, along with road rage killer Tracie Andrews, notorious child killer Mary Bell, former Royal Aide Jane Andrews, and other high-profile offenders.

Inmate Work and Rehabilitation

Inmates at Askham Grange tend to have already served three years or more in other prisons and are transferred there to complete the final part of their sentences, usually with less than three years remaining. The prison offers work placements outside its walls to teach inmates new skills. Askham Grange also operates its own Garden Centre and Coffee Shop, known as The Grange Coffee Shop, located near the entrance.

Rigorous Risk Assessments and Strict Rules

According to a Prison Service spokeswoman, prisoners are subject to rigorous risk assessments before being allowed temporary release. They must also adhere to strict rules and face extended incarceration if they fail to comply.

McDonald’s Response Sought

MailOnline has reached out to McDonald’s for comment on this arrangement

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