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Fugitives Post Facebook Selfies After Breaking Out of Brazil Prison

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Brayan Bremer, left, posted this selfie with a fellow fugitive on Facebook after breaking out of prison Sunday. (Photo via Facebook)

By    |   Wednesday, 04 Jan 2017 06:50 AM

A man who broke out of prison in Brazil on Sunday posted selfies of himself and another escaped fugitive on his Facebook page.

Brayan Bremer, who was in prison for robbery, was one of 72 people who broke out of Antonio Trindade jail in Manaus, Brazil. The prison break was one of two on Sunday, with 112 inmates escaping from Anisio Jobim prison hours later in the midst of a riot that left 60 dead, according to UPI.

An unidentified fellow escapee pictured with Bremer has been recaptured, but Bremer remains at large. His Facebook page has been removed; Bremer often posted to Facebook from jail although it was banned by prison officials, UPI reported.

Bremer’s escape selfie showed the inmates in a wooded area and Bremer without shoes on his feet. The caption read, “On the run from jail,” according to the BBC. Another post advised “single ladies” to “take care.”

More than 40 of the inmates who escaped from the two prisons on Sunday have been recaptured, the BBC reported.

After Bremer’s Facebook profile was deleted, other users created spoof accounts linking his selfies to movies and TV shows like “Prison Break” and “The Shawshank Redemption.”

Bremer has not been reported to commit any crimes since his escape.

The Anisio Jobim prison that was the site of the deadly riot housed more than twice the number of inmates it was built to hold, the BBC reported. Several people were decapitated during the 17-hour riot, according to UPI.

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