Female Inmates Escape From Brazilian Prison As Their Mates Seduce The Guards

Three visitors to the prison dressed up as naughty policewomen, stole the guards' keys, and walked out the front door...


by Stevie Martin |
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OK, so today's news is basically a film: three prisoners dressed up in sexy police outfits and seduced prison guards, leading to 28 prisoners escaping with weapons, reports The Telegraph. It's basically like The Great Escape! But with more sexy outfits and it's in Brazil and Steve McQueen isn't leading it, oh and there are no motorbikes!

Police found three guards naked and handcuffed in Nova Mutum public prison the morning after the mayhem went down, after three female visitors (one of them believed to the be the girlfriend of an inmate) had convinced them to take part in an orgy and reportedly spiked their drinks. Turns out, there was no orgy. Just dominatrix-style sexy lingerie in a bag and loads of escaped convicts, as the women stole their keys and unlocked the doors cells before walking out of the main doors. 'Whoever wanted to escape left by the front door,' said chief Angelina de Andrades Ferreira. 'From the moment they drank the whisky the agents don't remember a thing. One was found dizzy, trying to wake up. Another slept for the whole afternoon and couldn't even be questioned.'

She believes that the escape was planned by the boyfriend of one of the women who seduced the guards: 'Everything indicated that he planned and executed everything, with the help of his girlfriend.' Eight out of the 28 inmates have been recaptured, one was found drunkenly stumbling about holding one of the stolen weapons (like a genius), and another was caught after they stole a pickup truck and immediately crashed it (like a genius).

Someone, somewhere, please make a film about this. Or perhaps it could serve as the basis of an *Orange Is The New Black *special?

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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