A thug jailed for assaulting two women has bragged upon Facebook that life behind pubs is ‘like a holiday camp’.

Vile Tristan Wilson, 20, offers shared public ‘cellfies’ as nicely as a RAP video through inside Doncaster Prison boasting associated with his lifestyle.

Wilson has demonstrated little remorse for his offences – including assaulting and bothering women – as he grins in the Facebook profile picture through inside the slammer.

Tristan Wilson, left, posted a video of himself rapping while serving time at HMP Doncaster

Tristan Wilson, left, posted a video of himself rapping while serving time at HMP Doncaster

Tristan Wilson, left, posted the video of himself rapping whilst serving time at HMP Doncaster

Wilson, left, was updating his Facbook profile despite being held in prison

Wilson, left, was updating his Facbook profile despite being held in prison

Wilson, left, was upgrading his Facbook profile despite getting held in prison

Wilson claimed life behind wars was far to  easy although he also said he was bored

Wilson claimed life behind wars was far to  easy although he also said he was bored

Wilson claimed life behind wars has been far to  easy although he or she also said he was bored

Wilson admitted being in prison was like staying in a holiday camp

Wilson admitted being in prison was like staying in a holiday camp

Wilson admitted in jail was like staying in the holiday camp

The boastful online feedback and seemingly cushy prison living will appall many law abiding citizens.

Wilson, from Baildon, Western Yorkshire, was sent behind pubs in July for eight several weeks for a number of surprising offences, some of which had been against women.

He is presently incarcerated at HMP Doncaster the Category B men’s prison operate by private firm Serco.

Wilson was convicted of assault simply by beating and assault against 2 women, damage to property plus possession of class A medications at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates Court.

Despite his serious offences, Wilson posted a two plus a half minute video submitted on Facebook on Wednesday exactly where he and and two various other prisoners rap to a digital camera.

With the caption ‘this can be what boredom does for you, ‘ Wilson is seen in the particular clip wearing a North Encounter t-shirt, and dancing in their cell before ripping his best off.

In the clip, along with music blaring in the history he uses phrases like ‘n****r’ and ‘b*****s’ and it offers been viewed 1, 300 occasions in just 17 hours plus had 95 likes.

An outdated friend, who spotted the content, said: ‘Tristan is posting lots of pictures on Facebook from the smartphone.

‘He’s been sharing photos in the can and the high quality of the pictures is fairly good.

‘He’s been boasting regarding how great his life can be from the inside prison.

‘There are nude pics of the guys plus talking about how great their own lives are.

‘It doesn’t appear as if he is displaying much remorse for whatever he is done to get in generally there for. ‘

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Prison authorities are looking into the video as using interpersonal media while in jail can be banned

On July 21, Wilson very first posted from behind bars requesting friends to write to your pet.

A friend asked how he or she could post on Facebook through inside: ‘How come you’re upon face??? ‘

Wilson replied that residing in prison was: ‘Like a vacation camp’.

A week later upon July 27, Wilson posted once again to express he was ‘bored’.

The same day he posted the picture with another inmate within his cell flexing his biceps in a vest.

Again upon August 1 he boasted living behind bars is ‘way as well nice’ – and shared the topless photo using the same cellmate.

He commented around the post that will he was living ‘like the king’.

On August 9 he or she shared the rap video plus friends responded to say he previously ‘made their day’.

Wilson offers 2, 507 friends on the particular social networking website.

Jerry Spencer, Serco’s contract director at HMP Doncaster, said: ‘Prisoners are not permitted to use social networking under any kind of circumstances and we have the zero tolerance approach to anybody who does so.

‘We have got taken immediate action to check out this alleged incident and in case it is proved to be true we all will not hesitate to consider all of necessary steps to prevent the reoccurrence and if appropriate prosecute any individuals involved. ‘ 

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