TENNESSEE: A PARTY IN THE COUNTY JAIL Four inmates at the Hawkins County jail have been accused of going on a beer run after the doors were accidentally left unlocked. The men were charged Monday with escape and bringing alcohol into a jail. In the breakout on Thursday, two inmates walked out through a fire exit, leaving the unlocked door to the cellblock propped open with a Bible. The inmates, who were dressed in street clothing, walked to a market, bought beer and returned to share it with other prisoners. When the beer ran out, the other two inmates made another trip to a different store for beer. "I guess they thought if they came back, they wouldn't be charged with escape," Sheriff Warren Rimer said. "But they were wrong." (AP)
Hmmmm..... Would you just go for a beer run?