Prisoner trying to flee has to be rescued after he is stuck in bars of cell!
He was presumably hoping to kick of 2010 a free man on the run but it seems he forgot to meticulously plan his escape route. Prisoner Roberto Carrillo attempted to flee his cell in a Mexican jail in Valle Hermoso on New Year's Eve.
The 42-year-old tried to squeeze himself between the gap between the roof of the prison and the bars of his cell. But instead of sneaking through, he ended up completely stuck and hanging upside down. He was forced to call for help and laughing guards came to his aid and cut him free using a chain saw - before locking him up once again.
A source at the jail told The Sun: 'If he'd had a brain, it could have been embarrassing.'
to flee - menekül
bars of cell - cella rácsa
presumably - feltételezhet?en
meticulously - aprólékosan
to squeeze - összenyom, bepréseli magát
to sneak through - átoson
chain saw - láncf?rész
embarrassing - kínos
avenue of escape
- the pathway or route along which someone or something escapes.
escape (from someone or something) (to some place)
- to get away from someone, something, or some place to another place.
escape someone's notice
- to go unnoticed; not to have been noticed. (Usually a way to point out that someone has failed to see or respond to something.)
Little thieves are hanged, but great ones escape.
- Truly expert criminals are never caught.
a narrow escape
- a situation in which you were lucky because you just managed to avoid danger or trouble.
it escapes sy
1. I do not notice something - If there was something important in that package, it certainly escaped me.
2. I do not remember something - I knew his name a minute ago, but now it escapes me.