Australian Inmates Caught after Brazen Reverse Jailbreak

No more parties for a while. Photo: John McAllister

The city of Darwin in Australia’s far North is a bit different. Named after Charles Darwin, a really smart guy whose life’s work would ultimately lead to the creation of the Darwin Awards (honouring those who protect the human gene pool by removing themselves from it in wonderfully idiotic ways), Australia’s smallest capital city has not only survived Japanese air raids and complete annihilation by cyclone, but flourished. Half way between Sydney and Singapore, the people of Darwin are highly cosmopolitan, disarmingly friendly and almost criminally laid back.

It was in typical local style then that a few of Darwin’s own laid back criminals were caught recently after breaking into jail. Apparently this had been going on for a while but nobody had noticed because, well, because it’s Darwin.

At least four inmates of the minimum security facility had been breaking out at night to get drunk and stoned and party with their girlfriends (as you do), before sensibly breaking back in during the early hours, reported Australian media. They were finally thwarted though after someone at the jail decided to do a head count. When the number of heads was once more deemed correct, prison authorities noticed that those previously unaccounted for had in their possession several mobile phones, a quantity of a “green leafy substance”, and happened to be drunk.

No more parties for a while. Photo: John McAllister
No more parties for a while.
Photo: John McAllister

The prisoners were transferred to the maximum security wing. Charges will be laid against the inmates, but police first have to figure out what those charges will be exactly and, considering the prisoners kept returning to jail, “…determine what constitutes an escape”.

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Billy
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Billy
2 years 11 months ago

Inmates showing responsible attitudes for the general population!

Cuccullo
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Cuccullo
2 years 14 days ago

They must be watching “prison break”…

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