A silicon woman’s masks. A darkish wig. A pink shirt.
A Brazilian gang chief used all of them in failed try to flee from jail, dressing up as his daughter and strolling out of the penitentiary doorways in her place, authorities stated Sunday.
However the switch-up, through which Clauvino de Silva paired tight denims with the pink shirt, together with a masks and wig, did not idiot jail officers, who stated his nervousness gave him away as he tried to go away the jail within the western a part of Rio de Janeiro.
He deliberate to go away his 19-year-old daughter inside Gericinó jail whereas he escaped. Police are investigating her position as a doable confederate.
Rio’s State Secretary of Jail Administration launched video footage of da Silva, through which he may be seen eradicating the masks and a number of the garments and saying his full identify.
Authorities stated da Silva was a part of the management of the Pink Command, one of the crucial highly effective prison teams in Brazil that managed drug trafficking in a big a part of Rio.
After the failed escape, da Silva was transferred to a maximum-security jail and can face disciplinary sanctions, authorities stated.
Contributing: The Related Press
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