EAGLE-EYED Coronation Street fans spotted a major mistake when Alya Nazir battled to save Yasmeen Metcalfe after a shock collapse.
The co-owner of Speed Daal – played by Sair Khan in the ITV soap – had gone round to check up on her grandma and realised that something wasn’t quite right.
Yasmeen Metcalfe has had a hard time lately – and it all got too much for her last nightCredit: ITV
Although the abuse from Yasmeen’s evil husband Geoff finally ended back in December when he fell off a roof, the restaurant owner is still suffering from what has happened to her.
The abusive monster left his wife in a huge amount of debt and Alya recommended that she sells the community centre to pay it off, but Yasmeen doesn’t want to.
With her money issues spiralling out of control, one small comment made from George Shuttleworth tipped Yasmeen over the edge during last night’s instalment of the show.
Alya knew that something was up with her grandma, so went to go and check up on her.
Alya tried calling her but she got no answerCredit: ITV
Tim Metcalfe walked by when Alya was trying to get insideCredit: ITV
Little did Alya know that her grandma was having an anxiety attackCredit: ITV
She couldn’t get into the house because the door was on latch and she got increasingly worried as she heard no response from her grandma.
Geoff’s son Tim walked by as Alya was outside and the pair tried to figure out why she wouldn’t open the door.
But little did they know that Yasmeen had fallen to the floor after having a panic attack.
“She’s put the chain on and she’s not answering her phone either,” Alya told Tim.
Alya tried to see what was going on through the windowCredit: ITV
Yasmeen was pushed to breaking point last nightCredit: ITV
Tim replied: “It’s probably my fault for bringing up the will again. Families always fall out over money. I probably tipped her over the edge!”
Alya started to bang on the door and shout so loudly in a bid to get a response – but there was still no reply.
She finally got a glimpse inside the house and saw that Yasmeen had collapsed on the floor.
The pair ran around the back to get in, but many viewers flocked to Twitter to question why they never did that in the first place.
Evil husband Geoff had been abusing Yasmeen for a number of yearsCredit: ITV
One viewer tweeted: “Why didn’t Alya go round the back in the first place, instead of banging on the front door and shouting like that?! #Corrie #CoronationStreet.”
A second asked: “Does Alya not have a back door key #Corrie.”
Meanwhile others were really concerned about Yasmeen’s health.
One wrote: “#CoronationStreet Yasmeen is pushed to breaking point.”
Yasmeen was sent to prison after she stabbed Geoff in the neck with a bottle
Geoff finally got his comeuppance over the Christmas period when he fell off a roof and diedCredit: ITV
Another chimed in: “Aaa Yasmeen is stressing me right out today! Her anxiety is rubbing off on me! Poor Yasmeeeeeeeen!”
Luckily they got her to hospital and the doctors decided to keep her overnight.
A devastated Alya told Geoff’s ex wife Elaine Jones: “I thought all my gran’s problems would be over once Geoff was gone.”
Elaine – who was previously abused by the evil man and stood up for Yasmeen in court to send Geoff down – told her: “Some scars last forever…”
And it looks like the assistant will do everything she can to help.
This morning we revealed that Elaine is set to move in with Yasmeen next week as Alya grows increasingly worried about her grandma’s well-being.
Things aren’t going well for Simon Barlow either, as he fears for his life next week when drugs lord Harvey confronts him over Jacob’s drugs scam.
Catch Coronation Street every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV