France prisoner escape: Day of blockades in French prisons as inmate called ‘The Fly’ freed in armed ambush | World News

In a stunning display of audacity, a notorious French prisoner known as “The Fly” managed to escape from prison in a daring armed ambush that left authorities scrambling and led to a day of blockades in prisons across France.

The inmate, whose real name is not being released to protect his identity, was serving a lengthy sentence for armed robbery when a group of armed men stormed the prison where he was being held. The men used explosives to blow a hole in the prison wall, allowing “The Fly” to escape in a waiting car.

The brazen escape took place in the early hours of the morning, catching prison guards and authorities off guard. The armed men were able to evade capture and disappeared into the countryside with “The Fly” in tow.

The escape sparked a massive manhunt, with police and special forces units deployed to search for the fugitive and his accomplices. Roadblocks were set up across the country, causing major disruptions to traffic and leading to a day of blockades in French prisons as authorities tried to prevent any further escape attempts.

“The Fly” is known for his ability to evade capture, earning him his nickname. He has a long history of criminal activity and is considered to be highly dangerous. Authorities are urging the public to remain vigilant and report any sightings of the escaped prisoner.

The escape has raised serious concerns about security in French prisons and the ability of authorities to prevent such incidents from happening in the future. It has also sparked debate about the treatment of prisoners and the conditions in which they are held.

As the manhunt continues, French authorities are working tirelessly to track down “The Fly” and bring him back into custody. The escape has sent shockwaves through the country and has left many wondering how such a brazen escape could have occurred.