Argentine inmates hope to watch Lionel Messi play in the World Cup.
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Inmates in Argentina have launched a hunger strike in hopes to compel prison officials to allow them to watch the upcoming World Cup, which kicks off Thursday in Russia.
The inmates claim that a�?cable television is an indispensable right for everyone deprived of their liberty,a�? according to a statement from prisoners at the Puerto Madryn Jail, located 800 miles south of Buenos Aires.
The inmates plan to deny themselves food until they get what they want, according toA�AFP.
The nine protesting inmates filed a lawsuit in hopes to receive cable to watch Argentina play in the World Cup. The television in the jaila��s common area had been damaged and not repaired, AFP reported.
Lionel Messi-led Argentina will play its first match Saturday against Iceland.
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