Crazy story! Inmate uses hemorrhoid cream to burn hole in window

I’m not sure, but I think this guy watched the “MacGyver” TV show a lot when he was younger. From Wichita, Kansas comes a crazy crime story involving an inmate who was caught smuggling drugs through a hole he made through a reinforced plastic window.

According to KSNW/3 Wichita, Kansas, an inmate (name withheld – more details later) from Wichita Jail managed to punch a hole in one of the jail’s windows in order to have a way to smuggle drugs. .

It was How? ‘Or’ What he broke the window which is the interesting part. He smeared hemorrhoid cream on the window, held a lighter there for over three hours, and softened the plastic enough that, using a waste pipe and a tray of food, the inmates eventually forced the hole.

Initially, law enforcement officials were unsure How? ‘Or’ What the hole was made, but eventually the inmate in charge said he would tell them how he did it on the condition that they transfer him to another prison. This is why his name has not been revealed.

Apparently once the hole was punched through the window, the inmates fashioned a rope out of torn fabric, forced the rope through the hole, someone outside tied the rope to a bag of narcotics, then the rope was brought back inside.

And, to make the story again crazierNot only do the inmates get in trouble, but a young prison guard who allegedly caught the inmates red-handed with contraband and didn’t report it to anyone potentially risks spending time in the jingle.

For more on this crazy story, visit KSNW’s website here.

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