Twenty-eight inmates escaped from a Brazilian prison after three women dressed in sexy police costumes allegedly “seduced” and drugged prison guards.
The guards were discovered by police naked and handcuffed inside the Nova Mutum public jail, near Cuiaba, central Brazil, the morning after the jail break, reports Mirror.
The three scantily clad women drugged the prison guards by giving them spiked whiskey after convincing them to partake in an orgy, according to investigators.
The women arrived at the prison around 3 a.m. on Thursday morning and asked the guards if they could come inside to “chat and drink,” The Daily Mail reports.
After the guards were drugged and handcuffed, the women took their keys and unlocked all of the prison cells, according to Police Chief Angelina de Andrades Ferreira.
“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,” Ferreira said.
Police found a bag of lingerie and dominatrix police uniforms at the scene that the women allegedly wore.
Twenty-eight inmates escaped through the main doors of the prison with guns and ammunition they found in the prison’s arsenal, including three 12-calibre rifles, shotguns, and two 38-calibre revolvers.
Ferreira said the escape was planned by the boyfriend of one of the three women who seduced and tricked the guards, 18-year-old Bruno Amorim.
Amorim, who was serving time for attempted murder, robbery and firearms possession, was one of the 28 prisoners who escaped.
"Everything indicated that he planned and executed everything, with the help of his girlfriend,” Ferreira said.
The three guards have been arrested and will be charged with “facilitating a jailbreak” and “culpable embezzlement” in connection with the theft of the firearms.
As of Friday evening, eight of the fugitives have been apprehended.