A supermarket conflict in Canada became a bizarre indoor chase on Monday when a couple led the police in a comic criminal tango
Video footage shot of the Reddi Mart security cameras in Edmonton documented the arrest of a young couple They did everything in their power to avoid police, CBC reported.
The confrontation ended in custody with both of them, the man was hit by a taser and the woman fell through the ceiling of the shop. Both suspects were charged with "mischief", an accusation that seems well deserved. 
Richard Pariseau, 28, and Brittany Burke, 29, were also charged with several criminal charges, including the use of a stolen credit card Resists arrest, assault on a police officer, attempt to disarm a police officer and resist the arrest of a police officer.
Police were called to the store by owner Paul Chauhan after Pariseau tried to buy a can of soda with a stolen credit card. When the police arrived, the man immediately became aggressive. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) spokesman Shelley Nasheim said: "When the RCMP member attempted to arrest both suspects, the male pushed the suspect to the officer."
When the officer battled Burke, Pariseau tried to escape through the storeroom through the back of the store. He found the only locked door, returned to the front of the store, and tried to sprint. He was stopped and finally hit by the answering officer with a stun gun.
When he flinched, Burke slipped back. Faced with the same locked door, she tried a more subtle approach by climbing a ladder into the store ceiling tiles. Her John McClane-esque escape attempt, however, fell flat as the store's ceiling gave way under her weight.
Burke crashed into shelves of debris that rained behind her. Although the fall looked painful, she got up quickly and surrendered to the police officers who had already arrived at that time.
Chauhan praised the responding policeman who said, "Has worked really hard to keep people safe." The shopkeeper helped grab the couple, blocking the door and wrestling with the man and woman He told CBC that he had stepped in when Pariseau picked up the officer's gun and Nasheim said the owner "provided valuable help to the RCMP member who helped arrest the two suspects.
"Thankfully nobody was hurt," he said. "We have two fewer people in the world who are bad."