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In this section, Reggie Kray talks about his little dog 'Mitsy', who was 'more humane than most humans I've met'.<br />
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Gangland killer Reggie Kray played the record 'Please Release Me' out loud to wind up other prison inmates, previously unseen letters show.<br />
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The East End villain got a kick out of annoying his fellow convicts with Englebert Humperdinck's aptly-titled song that had been sent to him by a fan.<br />
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In another letter Reggie also revealed that the inmates at top security Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight were allowed to watch the 1970 World Cup final.<br />
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And in one nostalgic letter to the woman penfriend, named only as Cheryl, the gangster 'escaped' from his prison cell by taking a trip down memory lane in his head.