Shop owner catches ‘ghost’ on CCTV moving crate away from employee so she falls

This is the spooky moment a shop worker fell into a supermarket shelf after a crate mysteriously moved away from her.

The owner of Bourtreehill Supermarket, in Irvine, Scotland, claims a ghost pulled the step out from underneath the woman's foot, causing her to fall over.

CCTV footage of the tumble shows the employee going to stand on the crate, before it flies away from her and she crashes to the floor.

In the video there is a clear gap between the bottom of Elise's foot and the crate, the Daily Record reports.

The shop's owner said the store's resident ghost , called 'Stacy', was behind the prank.

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Posting the clip on Facebook , they wrote: "When Elise our employee annoys Stacy our resident ghost.

"Stacy moves the crate to teach Elise a lesson – don't be flirting with her man in the store!

"Elise was fine just really sore butt.. but when we reviewed the CCTV noticed crate appears to moved without being touched."

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It comes after CCTV footage at the Lamb and Lion in High Petergate appeared to capture a 'ghost' girl in a dress walking behind a waitress as she clears tables.

That's according to assistant manager Lee Smith, who saw the video in October.

Lee, who has worked at the pub for four years and claims the footage is unedited, said: "The camera is close to the bar area and I was around there setting up after breakfast.

"I was checking the CCTV to see where my colleague, Molly was as we were cleaning and preparing for the day ahead.

"I saw the outline of what appeared to be a ghost which caused me to jump back shocked, thinking 'what on earth is that?'

"Molly walked past none the wiser, so I called her and she came and looked at the footage. She was as startled as I was."

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