12 Inmates Escape Using Peanut Butter

It's a classic PB&J--peanut butter and jailbreak! A dozen inmates  escaped from the Walker County Jail in Jasper, Alabama, on Sunday night  after using peanut butter to misrepresent the number on a door in the facility. According to Walker County sheriff Jim Underwood, the culprits  obscured the number above a cell door with a little peanut butter, then  asked a newly hired guard to let them in the cell--or at least, what he  thought was a cell. 

"They changed the number over the door with peanut  butter," Underwood explained on Monday. "[Then] they hollered, 'Hey,  open door' so-and-so, but [the number the inmates gave the worker] was  the outside door. And unknowingly to him, he hit that lock and out the  door they went." Eleven of the 12 escapees were captured within eight  hours; a manhunt is ongoing for 24-year-old Brady Andrew Kilpatrick, who  has been charged with numerous drug offenses.

Source:  CNN