It begins with some of the inmates working on garden duty in a field and allotment area, with some C-Wing inmates working the field and A-Wing inmate Davis working alone in a greenhouse potting shed. The C-Wingers - James, Chambers and Smith - ask the supervisor gardener Mr Philpott if they can have a 'quick burn' (smoke) and they head to the greenhouse area to light up; upon seeing Davis alone, they enter the greenhouse.
A shocking sexual assault scene follows, with James leading the attack. Davis is sodomised by at least two of the inmates before Mr Sands enters, having seen what is going on through a window - he merely smiles to himself, as if sadistically amused by Davis' terrified cries and suffering.
Sands enters just as the gang are finished, and orders them to get back to work, and asks Davis what happened. Davis, lying on the floor sobbing, gives the standard excuse of having 'fell' as all inmates do when attacked or showing signs of injury. Sands, knowing full well what really happened, heartlessly tells Davis "Fall back on yer feet then! This isn't Kew Gardens laddie, on yer feet!"
Davis later learns that he will be on gardening duty again the next day, and, driven to despair and fearing another attack, commits suicide in his cell by cutting his wrists after warder Mr Greaves ignores his pleas for help. His bloodsoaked body is discovered by Mr Sands at morning call.
Davis, played this time by Martin Phillips, seeks help from Carlin after the assault (less graphic in this version) but is rebuffed by Carlin after Davis wants to discuss the matter in private (Carlin's 'missus' Peter Rhodes is with him at the time) to which Carlin, in a bored and surly mood, refuses. Davis later commits suicide in his cell.