As we told you late Friday, former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky is getting ready to spend the rest of his life behind bars after a jury found him guilty on 45 of 48 charges brought up against him recently. And, he better be prepared for what's coming to him, because it sounds like his fellow inmates aren't going to take too kindly to him. Recently, a 22-year-old named "Josh" who is currently serving a sentence at the Centre County Correctional Facility where Sandusky is locked up revealed that the last time Sandusky spent a night in jail—he served one night back in December—some of his fellow inmates got together and decided to sing Pink Floyd's "The Wall" to him.

"At night, we were singing, 'Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone,'" said Josh, who also said that just about all of the inmates in CCCF were familiar with Sandusky because they receive both TV time and newspapers at the jail.

If you're not familiar with it, peep the Pink Floyd track here:

We imagine that things are only going to get worse for Sandusky. As a result, he's currently on suicide watch at the jail.

[via The Daily]