Before you read this story, please understand that a life of crime doesn’t pay, and you don’t need to be in jail when there’s so much you can contribute to the society–especially to your loved ones.
A skinny inmate in southwest Russia named Rustam Shakhrutdinov has proven that there’s an easy way to break out of jail.
This is another version of Prisonbreak, but this time it’s not a movie.
Rustam was seen in an online video from a prison cam stripping himself naked before squeezing through a food hatch and leaving jail, just like that. Don’t think it was too easy, he must have suffered more than you can imagine through the planning stage. Breaking out of prison is a tasking adventure, if we can’t use the word “risky”.
The 25-year-old inmate dubbed “snake man” has gone viral after the footage surfaced online.
This is the extraordinary moment when the snake man started his well calculated adventure.
The food hatch as is seen in the picture was meant to be an outlet through which inmates receive items. But Rustam found a better use for the hole. He starved himself in order to get a skinny and flexible body so he could achieve his escape plan–and it worked perfectly well.
Being a criminal is one thing and being a ‘smart criminal’ is another.
The slender prisoner had to squeeze himself through a very tiny hole, of course, without clothes. Those items first went out of his room praying for his safe arrival on the other side.
The naked escapee pulled through with his flexible body, tumbling on the floor as a CCTV camera continued recording.
Fortunately for Rustam, the Prison Security Personnel seem to be fast asleep at that moment. No alarm was raised and no police chase was initiated.
A report says the incident is believed to have taken place in the town of Izerbash in the Republic of Dagestan.
After falling down from the hatch, the snake man calmly pulled up his underpants.
Then he put on his trousers, wore his shoes and casually walks out of prison while putting on his top.
It is currently unknown if Russian cops have been able to re-apprehend the flexible felon.