Inmate should be easy to spot – Australia News


Escaped inmate’s minor oversight

A dangerous criminal is on the run in the United States, but authorities strangely aren’t worried about catching him.

In fact, one thing about him makes it almost too easy.

Eric Judkins was serving time at a halfway house in Manchester, New Hampshire, for assaulting a fellow inmate in federal prison.

At the time, he was serving a 17-year sentence for a bank robbery back in 1999.

He disappeared on Monday, but he probably should have reconsidered his appearance before attempting to make it as an outlaw.

His face, neck chest, arms and hands are covered with distinctive tattoos — meaning cops are pretty confident they’ll know him when they see him.

Oh hey there, Eric Judkins. Seemed like a good idea at the time, right?Source:Supplied

Kyrgios crashes out of US Open

John Millman has sent an injured and frustrated Nick Kyrgios crashing out of the US Open with a drama-charged first-round defeat of his fellow Australian.

Millman seized on Kyrgios’s physical and mental frailties to upset the 14th seed 6-3 1-6 6-4 6-1 to reach the second round in New York for the first time.

Kyrgios’s premature exit with a shoulder complaint completes a miserable grand slam season for the two-time major quarter-finalist after he also lost in the first round at Wimbledon and in the second round in Paris and Melbourne.

Early on, Kyrgios repeatedly berated his courtside box for apparently not being vocal enough in their support of him.

But that proved the least of his concerns when, first, his shoulder began to fail him and then officials turned on the temperamental world No. 17.

First, the 22-year-old was issued a code violation for swearing, then he destroyed his…

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