In 2011, the Creators (a.k.a. Mike and Jerry) declared to the Penny Arcade office that a reality show based on webcomics must be done. After a year of research and a successful Kickstarter stretch goal, the stage had been set for 12 Artists flown from around the world to compete for \$15,000 in cash and a year integrated into the Penny Arcade machine. This series airs on Penny Arcade's site and YouTube every Tuesday & Friday.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 20 minutes
Strip Search - Body cavity search - Netflix
A body cavity search, also known simply as a cavity search, is either a visual search or a manual internal inspection of body cavities for prohibited materials (contraband), such as illegal drugs, money, jewelrey, or weapons. Body cavities used for concealment include nostrils, ears, mouth, navel, penis (urethra and foreskin) or vagina, and rectum. It is far more invasive than the standard strip search that is typically performed on individuals taken into custody, either upon police arrest or incarceration at a jail, prison, or psychiatric hospital. Often the procedure is repeated when the person leaves the institution. Body cavity searches may also be conducted at some international border crossings such as the U.S. Customs and Border Protection when they suspect international travelers of hiding contraband—such as drugs—in their alimentary canal (digestional tract).
Strip Search - In popular culture - Netflix
The body cavity search is frequently used as a joke in comedies such as the movie Beavis and Butt-head Do America and Seinfeld, due to its humiliating, uncomfortable, and invasive nature. Generally, it adds to the suffering of a comedic foil. It is generally not depicted explicitly, but implied by the donning of a lubricated glove by a searcher. It is similar to the use of the rectal examination in this regard. The same was also depicted in the recently released bollywood movie Sanju, when Sanjay Dutt is sent to Yeravada Jail in Pune.
Strip Search - References - Netflix