A notorious Brazilian drug Lord identified as Clauvino Da Silva has been apprehended by prison authorities after he disguised as his 19-year-old daughter to escape from the prison where he was serving 73-years.
According to the statement by officials, the Brazilian drug lord and also a gang leader, Clauvino da Silva wearing a silicone mask, a long wig, glasses, jeans, and a pink T-shirt with doughnuts tried to escape from prison leaving his daughter who had come to visit him inside his cell, and leaving the prison house as his daughter.
Clauvino da Silva is said to have been sentenced to 73 years and 10 months in prison, and his attempt to escape was thwarted when prison guards saw him acting nervously.
Buzzfeed reported that in a video also released by Rio de Janeiro’s state secretary of prison administration, the 42-year-old da Silva also known as Baixinho, or “Shorty, takes off the disguise and some of the clothes before saying his real name.
He previously escaped Rio’s Gericinó prison in 2013, Brazil’s Globo reported, after fleeing the jail through the sewer. This time the plan was just to walk out through the main door and leave his daughter in his cell.