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Pole escapes from Italian prison using bedsheet

26.08.2019 16:00
A Polish man charged with murder broke out of prison in Italy on Sunday.
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The man, whose full name has been withheld under Polish privacy laws, escaped from the Poggioreale prison in Napoli, Italy.

He fled using a rope made from a bedsheet and climbed over the wall of the prison where he was being held on murder charges, Polish state news agency PAP reported on Monday.

The escape was the first breakout from the Napoli prison in 100 years. The jail is notorious for its tough conditions and for being one of Europe’s most overcrowded penitentiaries, PAP reported.

The man had been in prison since December 2018, after he was accused of murdering a Ukrainian citizen.


Source: PAP