Once they’ve finished eating, hundreds of inmates incarcerated for petty crime at Zila Bhag II Prison in Solapur, India, scrape crusts of roti - a kind of flatbread - off their plates into large drums. The men and women might have finished with their meal, but the scraps are not unwanted leftovers. They are to provide a tasty snack for some fellow residents of the city - donkeys.
The roti is picked up at the prison by Hanmantu and Maanjulkar, two donkey owners from nearby districts. Once home, they spread the bread onto a cleared area of ground and bring the donkeys in.