Sally Metcalfe’s (played by Sally Dynevor) future on Coronation Street could be about to face a long sentence behind bars, when the Underworld worker comes across some incriminating evidence in her fraud case.
Last night’s double visit to the ITV soap saw Sally publicly arrested for fraud, bribery and money laundering at at family fun day at Speed Daal.
Taking to the stage in a clown costume, the mayor was halfway through thanking everyone for helping out at the fundraiser, when the police arrived to questioner over Duncan Hadfield’s (Nicholas Gleaves) false allegations.
The shocked Weatherfield resident was told that she had been having an affair with the conman and the two had come up with the fraud plan together via text messaging.
Sally pleaded with the police that she knew nothing about the phone and stated she was not having an affair with the conman.
However, her plea’s were left to no avail, and she was released pending further investigation into the fraud.
Viewers of the ITV soap knew that Duncan had implicated the whole plan and was the perpetrator behind both sides of the text messaging, in a menacing act of revenge.
Many of the soaps fans were eager to support Sally, stating that she had a stronger case than she thought, having no actual evidence of the texts from her end.
Next week, her whole case could come crashing down around her, when the seamstress discovers one of the phones on her property.
Clearly containing his vendetta against Sally, Duncan plants one of the phones in the gutter of the house, which would put all the evidence pointing at the mayor’s involvement.
Coronation Street spoilers: Sally Metcalfe to be linked to incriminating texts (Image: ITV)