Julian Assange, the man who was arrested by British police at the Ecuador Embassy in London on Thursday, has slipped past his captors and has miraculously escaped.
You might say, "there has been a leak".
Mr. Assange was being detained at a police station in Leytonstone - sometimes dubbed 'Keystone' - when, by some slight of hand or other, he managed to liberate himself from the 'clutches' of Britain's finest.
The police station has been cordoned off so that forensic teams can search for clues as to where Mr. Assange could have got to.
His current whereabouts are not known, but there are no police searches going on for him in the United States, Sweden or Ecuador.
Mr. Assange is wanted in both the US and Sweden, and unwanted in Ecuador.