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The buttock-framing "torso shield" which prisoners are made to wear for caning, and a cane. These were on display at the Pudu Prison Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur in 1997/8.
This torso shield has been put on a black model of a human torso. Its design is slightly different from that shown in the official photograph of a prisoner prepared for caning.
The wooden A-frame to which prisoners are bound when being caned. This was also on display at the Pudu Prison Exhibition.
For a view of the Pudu Prison information officer demonstrating its use, see "Pudu Jail museum is a family crowd-puller" in The Archive.
Pictures by Paul Russell
More caning pictures from the Pudu exhibition, including stills from a filmed reconstruction of a caning taking place
Stills from a different filmed reconstruction
See also: Illustrated feature article: Judicial CP in Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore
See also: First-person account of being caned in a Malaysian jail
See also: Video of real-life caning in a Malaysian jail
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