Corrections Minister David Elliot announced yesterday that the new Supermax 2 prison will double the standards of super set by Supermax 1, and triple their standards for max.
The new high-tech prison facility will cost the taxpayer $47 million, but Elliot says this is a small price to pay for the levels of both super and max that will be delivered.
“Goulburn’s Supermax 1 has become the laughing stock of all the other Supermaxes, and even some of the regular maxes,” Elliot explained. “This upgrade will restore our state’s top prison facility as a shining beacon to all that is max in this world.”
The prison will be constructed over 3 years out of the most state-of-the-super materials known to man. The use of all non-max materials will be strictly prohibited.
Elliot is confident the development will impress not just locally, but on a global scale as well.
“If you thought Supermax 1 was super, then buckle the fuck up is all I’ll say.”
(Image: Nick Moir for Sydney Morning Herald)