Emmerdale fans baffled as Kim’s drink spike plot ‘ruined’ by huge CCTV plot hole
Emmerdale's Kim Tate sparked fury as she spiked an orange juice in the Woolpack, hoping to spike recovering alcoholic Dawn Taylor's drink to keep her away from her son Jamie.
Whilst sat at the table, Kim managed to slip a pill in the drink, but her plan was foiled when it was Dawn's dad Will who ended up feeling the effects of it.
Later, Will realised his drink had been spiked as he began falling around, much to Dawn's fury, as fans grumbled about why he didn't go to any lengths to work out what happened.
They took to social media to complain about the storyline, asking whether the Woolpack had CCTV, and why it wasn't referenced to.
One posted: "And Marlon just places dawn drink infront of Kim. So she spikes the drink. Isn’t there cctv in the wool pack?"
Another added: "Isnt there cctv in the pub?"
A third chipped in: "…or, you could call the police & let them take a blood sample from Will, testimony from Marlon & CCTV from the Woolpack & prove Kim did it & chuck her back in jail? D’oh!"
A fourth said: "Imagine not having cctv in operation."
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