Watch the World's Scariest Drug Lord Escape Prison In the Nicest Tunnel You've Ever Seen

Next they’ll probably discover he had someone feeding him grapes the whole time.

If you haven’t heard about Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s Shawshank Redemption style escape from the Mexican prison of El Altipano, you must have been living under a rock (or in a tunnel). The Mexican drug lord’s escape through a 4,921-foot underground passageway has been front-page news for the past few days, but now the story has gotten even more incredible. Footage was taken from inside the tunnel showing exactly how comfortable Guzman’s escape was. The escape route was fully lit and equipped with a ventilation system that must have made for a pleasant stroll out of the prison.

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