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Three Women Sparked A Prison Break After Seducing Guards With A ‘Massive Orgy’

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Three women managed to seduce the guards at a Brazilian prison using some lingerie and the promise of a “massive orgy,” launching a prison break that led to twenty-eight escaped inmates. The women showed up at the prison around 3 am looking to have a “chat and drink.” From there, things escalated quickly. From Mirror:

After drugging the wardens the women handcuffed them, took their keys and unlocked all the prison’s cells, according to chief Angelina de Andrades Ferreira.

She told a news conference: “The plan was to seduce them. They served them cheap whisky with some substance to knock them out, then unlocked the central gate which accesses the internal cells.

“Whoever wanted to escape left by the front door.

“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.”

The women were dressed in sexy, fantasy police lingerie that the guards couldn’t seem to resist. It’s something I’m sure they’ll regret, especially since they’re facing charges now:

The inmates took three 12 caliber rifles shotguns, two 38 caliber revolvers and munition, she said.

Ms Ferreira said the escape was planned by the boyfriend of one of the women, Bruno Amorim, 18, was was serving time for attempted murder, robbery and firearms possession.

She said: “Everything indicated that he planned and executed everything, with the help of his girlfriend.”

She said the three prison officers had been arrested and will be charged with “facilitating a jailbreak” and “culpable embezzlement” because of the theft of firearms.

Eight inmates have been recaptured at this point, one in a drunken stupor in the middle of Nova Mutum and the other after crashing a stolen pickup truck. Now this understandably wouldn’t happen here in the States since walking near a prison at 3 am would get you shot, but it should still serve as a warning.

(Via Mirror / Inquisitr)

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