Corrie fans spot early clue that Yasmeen would kill Geoff

Coronation Street fans were shocked at the dramatic struggle between Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew) and his wife Yasmeen (Shelley King) – but eagle-eyed viewers have spotted a clue earlier on in the episode.

We were left on the ultimate cliffhanger after Yasmeen stabbed her abusive husband in an act of self defence, leaving him for dead.

However, earlier in the episode, Geoff dragged Yasmeen out to the Rovers in a dress he previously told her had been bought for one of his escorts.

Noticing the red number, Carla Connor (Alison King) told her: ‘Killer dress, Yasmeen’.

Fans were quick to point out the creepy ‘prediction’, with one writing on Twitter: ‘Carla saying ‘KILLER dress yasmeen’ we love a foreshadow.’

Another said: ‘Carla said “killer dress Yasmeen” to Yasmeen in the rovers and then she literally attempted to kill him hours later in the dress #corrie Clever script writing!’

Can’t say we weren’t warned!

The horrifying abuse plot has been simmering for months, but came to a head when Yasmeen reached the end of her tether after a traumatising few days, lashing out and attacking Geoff with a bottle.

When they eventually arrived home from the Rovers, things escalated to more shocking heights as Geoff lost his temper once more, smashing plates and getting into Yasmeen’s face.

Fearing for her life, she saw red and grabbed a bottle, lunging at Geoff before realising that she had pierced his neck.

However, things could be about to get a whole lot worse for Yasmeen, as she could face prison time for her actions towards Geoff.

Investigations continue as the week progresses, and the police question the punters of the Rovers about the nature of Geoff and Yasmeen’s marriage.

Yasmeen sits in her police cell, as the police search her home for evidence — unaware of the fact that they’re being filmed by Geoff’s CCTV cameras.

Who to call if you need help

For emotional support you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline, run by Refuge and Women’s Aid, on 0808 2000 247.

If you are in an LGBT relationship you can also call the helpline run by Broken Rainbow and Galop UK, on 0300 999 5428 or 0800 9995428.

Male victims can call also the Men’s Advice Line on 0808 801 0327.

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