Chinese Boot Camp Prison Break


Mon, Jun 14th, 2010 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

14 patients, aged from 15 to 22, inmates at the Huai'an Internet Addiction Treatment Centre decided they'd had enough of the "monotonous work and intensive training". Working together, they tied their duty supervisor to his bed and made a run for it. They hailed a taxi to take them to a nearby town in east China's Jiangsu province -- but were uncovered when the driver took them to the police station instead, suspicious of the identically-dressed young men who were unable to pay the fare.



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