A Tucker Telephone is a torture device invented in Tucker State Prison in Arkansas, using the magneto from an old hand-crank telephone. The ground wire was attached to the big toe, the hot wire to the genitals, and crank away. A "long distance call" was an extended series of shocks. The scene depicted in the movie "Brubaker" was a good portrayal of the real practice. "Brubaker" was a realistic portrayal of life in Cummins and Tucker Prison Farms in Arkansas until the prison reforms of Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller. A variation of the Tucker Telephone was used an an interrogation tool in Viet Nam and Abu Graib using stripped-down field telephones. It is still commonly used all over the world.
"Hey, Merle! Prisoner 1531142 jest threw poop on a guard. Let's let him Phone Home on the Tucker Telephone!"
Por davidebert 23 de marzo de 2008
A Tucker Telephone is the electrical magneto unit of a field telephone that has been modified to administer an electrical shock. Named after a Warden Tucker from a Georgia prison who used it to torture inmates, it has now become a popular device in BDSM electrical play.
My sub was getting out of line so I hooked his balls up to the old Tucker Telephone
Por Inspector Gadget 15 de marzo de 2005

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