Looks like these 2 people have been watching too much of Prison Break and reading too much of Stephen King haha. Maybe they are Wentworth Miller aka Michael Scofield wannabes haha.

Who would wanna be Wentworth when he looks sooo fine?

From Source:

Two jail inmates at the Union County Jail in New Jersey, USA have successfully attempted a prison break, reminiscent of one in the movie “The Shawshank Redemption” (adapted from a novel, “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption” by King).

They used at least two improvised tools – a thick metal wire like those used to bind chain link fences to poles, and a 10-pound steel water shut-off wheel – to remove cinderblocks from the wall. The thick wire was used to scrape away mortar around a cinderblock in the wall between their cells, and then around a cinderblock in an exterior wall in Espinosa’s cell that faced busy rail tracks. The shut-off wheel was used to crush the cinderblocks so they could be hidden in the cells. They also laid out pillows and sheets to make it look like men were sleeping under blankets, authorities said.

(:P detailed pictures taken from PITNB)

Just like the main character in the movie, also an inmate, they used posters of bikini-clad women to hide the hole they used to escape! They successfully squeezed through the openings sometime before dawn last Saturday in a high-security unit of the jail, jumped onto a rooftop below, and made it over a 25-foot-high fence topped with razor wire. Once they landed on the railroad easement outside the fence, they ran in opposite directions. The police are still searching for the two men, one who was awaiting sentencing for manslaughter in a drive-by shooting, and the other facing robbery and other charges in the shooting of convenience store manager.

These two cunning men also took the effort to leave behind a thank-you note, signed with a smiley face, for a guard they claimed helped them. The note, found in one of their cells, read, “Thank you Officer … for the tools needed. You’re a real pal. Happy holidays.

I bet this is just a set-up they did to frame an officer they didn’t quite like during the short period of time they were kept behind bars (they were there for only a few weeks so they must have been very quick to plan this escape) haha. If the officer alleged is truly innocent, then I hope that he can successfully wash away all these harmful accusations.

This is actually the first prison break since the jail opened in 1986! It’s a bit hard to believe since it doesn’t seem to take a lot for these 2 convicts to escape, whether it’s regarding time taken, tools used or efforts made haha. Moreover, the movie was released in 1994 and the novel itself in 1982! Even the TV series “Prison Break” was first aired in 2005. And all this time no one seriously  attempted jailbreak and got lucky?

Oh, Wentworth Miller is too hot so I just have to post another picture haha. That’s all.