The name of a noted prison in Southwark; later used elsewhere (esp. in Devon and Cornwall) for a small and dismal prison or prison-cell, a lock-up. Now used generally for: prison, cells.
I guess his- he's got a dry sense of humour. Ah Uncle-Bambi, well he had his own friends and he didn't- wasn't a drinker and unfortunately, my younger brother Bernardo, he wanted to be like me and he got into more trouble and girlfriend troubles and- and he had- few times there we had to go pick him out of the clink there drunk.