Boris Becker wants to transfer him to a German prison. He hopes for an early release.
The basics in brief
- Boris Becker has been imprisoned in south London for a week.
- Now he hopes to be transferred to a German prison.
Too high, too small, too hard and anyway!
Boris Becker, 54, has been in Wandsworth Prison in London for a week. Ambiance feel happy? Of course zero.
It is said that Baker will find it difficult to adapt to the circumstances. As the English newspaper “Sun” now reports, the tennis legend must hope and push for a move.
Baker wants to replace an English prison cell with a German cell, as they say!
“He thinks the system in Germany is much softer than in England,” said one insider. He sees a chance of his early release.”
As part of the “Early Removal Scheme” for the English language government Baker could actually be in November after seven and a half months detention is transferred. “He is confident that he will be back in Germany long before Christmas.”
Would you allow Boris Becker to go to a German prison?
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