Eat and crash! Woman trying to avoid her restaurant bill falls through kitchen ceiling in front of police after trying to escape through an air vent
- The Vancouver Area Restaurant called the cops Dine and Dasher
- The woman who ate at the restaurant climbed into the ceiling vent in the girls bathroom
- She could hear him crawling above the ceiling from the bathroom to the kitchen
- Video released by Burnaby police shows her crashing through the kitchen ceiling
- The restaurant did not press charges because of his ‘living circumstances and struggles’
From Tyne and Dash to Tyne and Crash!
A woman who tried to harden a restaurant from a bill tried to escape by crawling on the ceiling vent of the women’s room without paying for her food – falling from the floor and kitchen as police waited to arrest her.
The March 2020 incident took place at an unnamed restaurant in Barnaby, a western Canadian city east of Vancouver.
Video of the incident was released on Thursday by Barnaby, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia.
The woman was not injured. No injuries were reported among restaurant staff or police.
In March, the manager of a restaurant in Burnaby, British Columbia, called police after hearing strange noises coming from above the ceiling tiles.
Officers with Burnaby Royal Canadian Mounted Police are seen upstairs in the restaurant’s kitchen when a tine and tasher crashed through the ceiling tile
The woman’s escape plan was thwarted when she could be heard crawling through the vent above the ceiling tiles.
When the manager noticed something suspicious, he called the police.
Tyne and Tasher created it just a few feet before crashing through the ceiling tiles.
According to officials, the restaurant has refused to lay criminal charges against the man after taking into account the woman’s ‘living conditions and struggles’.
“Regardless of your situation in life, no one should risk their health and well-being in an attempt to avoid payment, fear or consequences,” the RCMP said. Global News.
‘This situation could have ended much worse. Regardless of your situation in life, no one should risk their own health and well-being in an attempt to avoid money, fear or consequences.
The woman was arrested, but the restaurant refused to lay criminal charges in light of her ‘living conditions and struggles’.
‘Fortunately, this situation ended without injury and the lessons were learned by all.’
‘We got a call from the manager of a restaurant near MetroDown, saying that one of their hosts did not want to pay their fare. Said Michael Kalanch News 1130.
‘So they went to the ladies’ room and started climbing through the holes in the ceiling.’
When the police arrived they started looking for the woman. After a few minutes, they were able to hear noises coming from above the ceiling.
‘Also, as you can see in the video, she left us and made it easier for us to find her,’ Kalanch said.
‘It seems to us that she does not want to pay the bill, and once she is in the bathroom, I think she does not know that there is no other way to pass the manager or the staff. This is the most logical way to escape from paying her fees. ‘
Initially, RCMP officials took her into custody. But the manager decided to pursue any criminal charges against him.
“We had some serious conversations with that woman and took some other paths and we will not go because there is no charge,” Kalanch said.
‘Let’s take it as a reminder to everyone that it is not safe, it is primary to all.
‘She may have been very badly injured in this situation.’