Emmerdale fans were left complaining about the latest instalment of the soap over the same thing.
Following the temporary end to Meena Jutla’s antics last week, the attention has turned back to Al Chapman and his plans for The Woolpack.
Viewers know that Al is behind the explosion that took place at the pub on Christmas Day.
He has been trying to get his hands on the Woolie from Chas and Marlon Dingle in order to turn it into luxury accommodation.
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While Al had already managed to worm his way into being an investor in the pub, he now wants full control and offered Chas and Marlon money in a bid to buy them out.
The cousins, however, were holding back until they discovered if the insurance would pay out.
But they were dealt a blow during Wednesday night’s episode when they were told by the insurers that their claim has been unsuccessful because they didn’t declare potential plans to change the pub into accommodation.
Marlon and Chas, therefore, felt there was no other option than to sell up to Al, who had drawn up a new contract.
While Marlon was quicker to sign on the dotted line, Chas did a bit more reading and discovered Al had dropped the amount of his original offer by £20,000.
While she refused to sign, Al was facing pressure from Gavin, who has already had Al beaten up for not getting his hands on The Woolpack yet.
But Emmerdale fans were soon sharing their suspicions on Twitter.
@Niknaklady1 tweeted: “I don’t believe that woman from the insurance company was genuine #Emmerdale She is surely a set up by Gavin and Al. No-one checked she was actually the real deal.”
“#emmerdale Anyone else think that insurance lady was fake employed by Al?” @Pinkladyxxxxx said.
@GrianneDoherty1 commented: “After the last pub supplier turned out to just be a dodgy mate of Al’s why the hell wouldn’t Chas at least double check the woman supposedly from the insurance company was infact who she claimed to be? She’s as much of a screw-up as Marlon or Charity clearly #Emmerdale.”
“Somehow, I think that insurance woman is a fake, and being paid by Al., with in reality the insurance offering to pay out! Watch this space,” @parrswoodmichael69 shared.
Chris wrote on Facebook: “That woman probably wasn’t from the insurance company, the penny might drop soon…”
“Serious, when does an insurance company cancel a police because you thought about changing use of [the ]building?” Jackie also shared.
At the end of the episode, things were seen taking a sinister turn when a mystery person appeared to cut the brakes of Al’s car.
And while the culprit purposely wasn’t shown, Emmerdale fans did have an issue.
“Bit too dark right now eh what, had to turn all the bloody lights off to be able to see the tv screen properly #Emmerdale,” @LucyLoo7777 said.
@ASuperGav tweeted: “Have they not paid the leccy bill? What’s with all the night scenes? #Emmerdale.”
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