Coronation Street fans work out Stu twist after watch clue as Yasmeen witnesses arrest

Coronation Street viewers are sure they've worked out what's in store for Stu (played by Bill Fellows) since his arrest on Wednesday's episode.

Stu was sent home from hospital and back to the street with the intention of explaining the details of his past to Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) after he was arrested for Charlie’s murder.

Yasmeen found out about the arrest through his ex-wife Lucy, who believes he was responsible for her murder after discovering the pair had an affair.

In shocking scenes, Stu then confessed to the crime after his DNA was found on the body but now claims it was a wrongful conviction.

In scenes that aired on Wednesday evening (August 10), Stu arrived at Yasmeen’s house and caused her distress and panic when he refused to leave until she'd listened to what he had to say.

Stu explained to a terrified Yasmeen that Detective Lennox had forced him to confess and that it wasn't true.

But Yasmeen was unconvinced feeling certain that Stu must be guilty of the crime – she even compared him to her traumatic past caused by Geoff.

Panicking she secretly called Zeedan (Qasim Akhtar) for help and eventually he burst into the house alongside PC Craig Tinker (Colson Smith ), to arrest Stu.

But fans spotted that during the tussle of the arrest a wrist fell from Stu’s pocket and after he was taken away to the station, Yasmeen told Zeedan to throw the watch – leaving many fans suspecting the item could hold vital clues.

Taking to Twitter after the dramatic scenes aired, one fan predicted: “I feel like the watch is engraved or something,” and another wrote: “DONT BIN THE WATCH !!! That's probably got the DNA evidence on it that clears Stu. Can't see any other reason to draw attention to it!”

A third fan also spotted the potential evidence in the timepiece and urged the characters: “Don’t chuck his watch away.”

Elsewhere in soapland, Emmerdale is gearing up for a huge 50th anniversary celebration which, producers say, will see three big returning characters and some dramatic storylines ensuring things will "never be the same again."

And in EastEnders, there's big drama on the way next week as Ben comes home to the Square while two members of his family take matters into their own hands.

Coronation Street continues on weekdays on ITV.


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