Photos released by Rio's State Secretary of Prison Administration on Sunday showed da Silva wearing a silicone mask, a long black wig, a pink shirt, tight jeans and sandals. Clauvino da Silva, known on the streets as "Shorty", attempted to escape prison by dressing up as his teen daughter, equipped with a silicon mask, dark wig, and her clothes.
According to Rio de Janeiro prisons authorities, Da Silver was found dead in his cell three days after the foiled breakout, with reports he had taken his own life.
Silva, a member of Brazil's Red Command drug faction, had been serving a almost 73-year sentence when he tried to flee on Saturday with the help of a silicone mask, a black bra and wig, and a skin-tight T-shirt emblazoned with three pink doughnuts. Last week, he tried to escape from prison, disguised as his daughter.
The State Department of Penitentiary Administration (SEAP) said that a suspicious attitude caught the attention of prison inspectors who then intercepted the escape plan.
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Silva had escaped from prison once before, in 2013, when he absconded through the sewer system of a jail in Gericin.
Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil's president has sparked anger after saying that criminals were "going to die in the streets like cockroaches" if he succeeded in passing a measure aimed at blocking the prosecution of police officers and civilians who kill suspects.
The gangs are linked to bank heists, drug trafficking and gun-running, with jailed kingpins running their empires via smuggled cellphones.