The woman ‘Dine and Dash’ escapes through the air outlet of the restaurant – but falls through the ceiling

A woman trying to get away with not paying her bill at a posh Canadian restaurant came to a cropper after her escape plan took a dramatically wrong turn.

The bizarre incident happened back in March, but the video was released today by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police [RCMP]as part of a campaign to give the public an insight into their work.

The woman had ordered and eaten her food, but when the bill came she tried to make a runner. Her elaborate exit plan, however, involved going to the ladies and climbing to freedom through an air vent.

Fortunately, the woman was not seriously injured in the dramatic fall

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The budding Dine and Dash expert was still crawling around the restaurant’s ventilation system when RCMP officers arrived.

While the police and restaurant staff were trying to decide how to deal with the captured woman, she fell through the ceiling and landed right at the feet of the stunned mountain.

The March 2020 incident occurred at an unnamed restaurant in the western Canadian city of Burnaby, east of Vancouver.

The restaurant did not file a criminal complaint after considering the “circumstances and struggles” of the unnamed woman.

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“We got a call from a manager at a restaurant near Metrotown saying that one of their customers didn’t want to pay their bill,” RCMP corporal Michael Kalanj told local radio station News 1130.

“So they went into the ladies room and started climbing into the vents on the ceiling,” said Cpl Salani.

“And as you can see in the video,” he added, “she visited us and made it easy for us to find her.”

Police said the woman did not need any further medical treatment and the restaurant decided not to bring criminal charges after considering her “circumstances and struggles”.

“We had some tough conversations with the lady and went some other ways that we won’t go into because there is no charge,” said Cpl Kalanj.

He added, “We will remind everyone that this is primarily not safe. She could have been very seriously injured in this situation. ‘“

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