There's a town called Guidonia on the outskirts of Rome where 30-year-old man intentionally broke his house arrest because he found living at home with his wife intolerable. He marched into police headquarters and literally begged police to put him in prison. An Albanian national, the unnamed man had spent several months under house arrest for drug crimes, and still had several years left on his sentence but that didn't seem to matter. He reportedly told police, "Arrest me, I can't stand being at home with my wife anymore, I prefer prison!" Fortunately for him, the police were more than happy to oblige and he was transferred to prison for breaking the terms of his house arrest. (AFP)
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