Brotherly love was put to the test this week after two 18-year-old identical twins swapped their clothing and traded places so that one could escape jail.
But prison and police officials were not impressed by the gesture when one of the brothers, serving a 10-month sentence for assault and robbery, walked out to freedom.
During a visit, the two siblings, neither of whom were named, managed to switch their outfits without anyone noticing.
After visiting hours ended, the inmate walked out, pretending to be his brother. Faced with the prospect of spending the night in jail, his brother admitted the ruse to prison guards.
The only noticeable difference between the two twins was a birthmark on the face of the one doing time, but that was taken care of with an ink pen.
The visiting brother was questioned and released, but could face charges of aiding in a prison escape.
His brother? Police said he was still on the run.