New York rats might be able to move around whole slices of pizza at sweat subway stations, but one Brazil rat was able to smuggle drugs in Brazil’s Barra da Grota prison.
The sneaky rat was able to transport several bags of drugs that was tied to his tail. The rat would carry the drugs from from one cell to another.
Damn, that's one smart rat.
“They attached a hook to the mouse’s tail and then used it to carry the drugs and other goods from one cell to another,” Barra da Gota Director Gean Carlos Gomes said, according to The Telegraph. “When the animal arrived at its destination, the prisoner took the mouse and removed the hook from its tail.
The rat was released from prison and no charges were made against it.