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Former Adams County inmate writes hysterical review on jail

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An Adams County inmate had such a lovely experience at the Adams County Detention Facility, he decided to write a review.

According to 9News Denver, Felipe Martinez was arrested in Northglenn after he failed to appear in court for a speeding ticket. This lead to his short stay at the Adams County Jail, which according to his review, was quite pleasant. 

At first, he outlined that his finger prints were taken to verify his identity to ensure no one else could steal his reservation.

"My belongings were taken from me for safe keeping, how thoughtful."

He then goes on to explain that he was transported like a VIP to the main facility where he was greeted by a "concierge," and given a "shiatsu massage" while he had to place his hands on the wall.

The Adam's County Sheriff's Office tweeted the full review below, and it just keeps getting better. Martinez even describes his "extremely fashionable jumpsuit" as "hamburglar chic."

Martinez told 9News Denver he was a little nervous to post the review, but was glad when the Adam's County Sheriff's Office recognized the joke. 

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