Thief caught on CCTV flashing bare backside as he ran from the scene

Thief caught on CCTV flashing bare backside as he ran from the scene

Ridiculous moment a thief’s pants fall down while fleeing a hotel after robbing patrons at knife point – baring his backside to CCTV cameras

  • Thief suffers embarrassing blunder as he flashes his bare backside on CCTV
  • Man and his accomplice robbed the Hilton Hotel in Adelaide on Monday night
  • As the pair fled the scene, one man stumbled down the stairs and flashed
  • Terrified staff were held at knife point as the men emptied the gaming room tills

A thief accused of robbing a pub suffered an embarrassing fall as he ran from the scene, unwittingly exposing his bare backside to CCTV cameras.

Police arrived at the Hilton Hotel, in the Adelaide suburb of Hilton, following reports of a robbery late on Monday night. 

Two men – one armed with a kitchen knife – entered the gaming room of the South Road venue and held staff and customers at knife point as they emptied the tills.  

As the pair fled the Hilton Hotel one of the men suffered an embarrassing fall, flashing his bare backside to CCTV cameras 

Gaming room manager Pankaj Kaushik from the Hilton Hotel told Nine the pair ‘came in, pointed the knife and then they left’.  

As the duo ran from the scene, heading for nearby Mallen street, one of the men took a tumble, falling to his knees and exposing his bare bottom.

The man recovered from the fall quickly, using one hand to pull up his sagging pants while holding a black backpack in the other.  

Mr Kaushik has suspicions the robbery could have been premeditated, with security scheduled to start work at 11:30pm, just after the men stormed the hotel. 

While no staff members or customers were physically injured during the robbery, impacted employees received a day off to recover. 

‘ … It is a stressful situation, if you look at it we are just coming to do our work and facing that kind of a scenario is pretty stressful for us,’ Mr Kaushik said. 

‘We have got good protocols over here in the Hilton but we will still have to review it and see what best we can do for our staff protection.’ 

West Australian police have described the man carrying the knife as wearing a black hooded jumper, beige trousers and gloves, and grey shoes with a white sole. 

His accomplice had light-coloured hands and wore grey tracksuit pants, a black hooded jumper, white running shoes and a Nike black backpack. 

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