Transgender inmates will be able to take their pick of women's clothes at pop-up shops while serving sentences for sex offences.
Bosses at HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire - where Max Clifford is serving eight years for eight indecent assaults against teenagers - opened shops in an 'increased effort' to let inmates serve sentences 'in gender'.
The prison, which holds 1,200 inmates, will offer its 11 transgender convicts the chance to buy dresses, skirts, blouses, bras, knickers and make-up.
Littlehey sex offenders' prison in Cambridgeshire will give transgender inmates the chances to bu women's clothing by opening pop-up shops for the 11 convicts awaiting surgery and hormone treatment
The Equalities Governor at the jail organised the pop-up shops so prisoners awaiting sex-change operations and hormone treatment can prepare while in prison.
A report out by the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) last week said an ‘increased effort’ was being made to help