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Geoff Metcalfe (played by Ian Bartholomew) will be left furious in upcoming Coronation Street scenes when he accuses Yasmeen Nazir (Sair Khan) of stealing cash from him. Unbeknownst to the Speed Daal owner, Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) will be the one to take his money. But, when Geoff prematurely accuses Alya, could he be sealing his own downfall? 

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In a spoiler clip for Friday’s second instalment, Geoff accosts Alya while Daniel and Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson) look on.

“What do you want?” Alya asks as Geoff storms over to her on the cobbles. 

“My money,” he replies but Alya has no idea what he’s talking about. 

“The £5,000 you stole from me yesterday,” he explains. 

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“I’ve got no idea what you’re talking about,” the Speed Daal owner insists. 

“Of course you don’t,” Geoff says. “You’re the only one who could have taken it. It was in my jacket pocket in the restaurant office. Only me and you were in there yesterday.”

“Oh, where’s this money from, Geoff?” a curious Alya questions. 

“Well it’s mine,” he replies before Alya hits back: “It’s my gran’s more like.”

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