Saskatchewan (Reuters) - Six high-risk prisoners escaped a Canadian jail last summer after spending four months chipping a path to freedom with nail clippers and other makeshift tools, according to a government report released on Thursday.What were they at high risk of? High risk of escaping?
The prisoners, four of whom faced murder charges, used their tools to remove a heating grill and steel plate and win access to a brick exterior wall.
Although, it has to be said, in the real movie (err, in the sense that there can be a "real" movie) it took 20 years to make the escape.
Here it was only four months. Although, if you're going to be really picky, it was two man years. Still only 10% of the fictional version.