Kiefer Sutherlands new vocation is serving turkey to jail mates

December 7th, 2007 - 6:38 pm ICT by admin  

New York, December 7 (ANI): Film and television actor Kiefer Sutherland, who is spending 48 days at Glendale City Jail for a DUI conviction, has been assigned to serve lunch and dinner to the inmates.

A law-enforcement insider revealed the Emmy and Golden Award-winners new vocation, insisting that the actor is not receiving any special treatment behind bars.

“Kiefer is currently doing laundry, but he will be serving turkey for lunch,” the New York Post quoted the jails spokesperson, Officer Balian, as saying.

The insider has also revealed that Keifer may have to work hard over the weekend, when the source says the number of inmates is expected to rise. There are only 30 inmates in the jail at the moment.

The 40-year-old star will also be assigned additional duties as they come up, says the source.

According to the insider, Kiefer had a quiet first night behind bars. He went to sleep just after the lights were shut off at 10 p.m. and woke up at 7 a.m., the insider added.

The actor is also said to have a pile of books with him to keep him occupied.

He is allowed two 15-minute visits a day.

“Kiefer isn’t getting any special privileges. He’s being very professional and behaving and acting appropriately,” Balian said. (ANI)

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