Jefferson County Turning Jail into Bed & Breakfast for One Night

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Jefferson County Sheriff Oliver "Glenn" Boyer has come up with a curious way to raise money for new mattresses at the county's new jail addition.

On Friday, July 31, the sheriff's department is offering thrill seekers a chance to spend the night in the jail -- for $50 per person or $90 per couple. (Can you say "conjugal visit"?)

In a press release dated July 10 (but emailed yesterday July 14) the sheriff refers to the promotion as a jailhouse "bed and breakfast." Participants will be issued prison uniforms and be treated to trivia, games, movies and snacks. For an additional $10 guests of the B&B can be excused for the evening and sleep in their homes. But really, what  fun is that? Also, you'll miss breakfast in the morning.

Find out how to book your cell reservation, after the jump. It's Daily RFT's Press Release o' the Day.
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