Katinbreker steals naan bread and other items from the Indian restaurant before trying to escape

Give me the dough! Dangling cat burglar steals NAAN bread from the Indian restaurant before he gets stuck in the roof trying to escape

  • A man, 41, was supposed to have broken into an Indian restaurant on Thursday before 1:30 AM
  • The police were called to the restaurant on Collins Street in the east of Melbourne
  • He reportedly tried to escape through the roof, but fell through and was found by the police
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An alleged cat burglar stole Naan bread from a restaurant before his escape attempt was thwarted when he got stuck in the ceiling.

The 41-year-old man reportedly broke into a restaurant on Collins Street in Melbourne's central business district on Thursday before 1:30 am.

When the police arrived, he tried to escape by climbing the roof.

The 41-year-old man broke Thursday on Thursday before 1:30 am in an Indian restaurant on Collins Street in eastern Melbourne (stock image)

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The 41-year-old man broke Thursday on Thursday before 1:30 am in an Indian restaurant on Collins Street in eastern Melbourne (stock image)

But the man's feet broke through the ceiling and he remained trapped with his legs dangling in the air.

The man, without a fixed address, was then arrested on the spot.

He was accused of burglary and equipped to steal.

The man appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates & Court on Thursday.

Police officers were called to the restaurant and the man reportedly tried to escape. When the police arrived, they found the man trapped and his legs dangling from the ceiling (stock image)

Police officers were called to the restaurant and the man reportedly tried to escape. When the police arrived, they found the man trapped and his legs dangling from the ceiling (stock image)

Police officers were called to the restaurant and the man reportedly tried to escape. When the police arrived, they found the man trapped and his legs dangling from the ceiling (stock image)

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