Emmerdale fans predict Noah twist as murderous Meena spots her next victim

Emmerdale fans have predicted Noah Dingle will become wrapped up in Meena Jutla’s slew of crimes after viewers claim to have worked out a new twist on the ITV soap.

During Tuesday’s instalment of the Yorkshire-based show, Noah Dingle stole one of the killer nurse’s sick trophies after he walked in on her while she was inspecting her stash in her keepsakes box.

The medical expert has been staying at the B&B for the past few days after she was kicked out of her home with Manpreet following her meddling behaviour with Charles and his son Ethan.

But when the sneaky teen attempted to clean her room, he knocked over her sick box of treasures which had great significance to her previous victims, Leanna Cavanagh, Andrea Tate and Ben Tucker.

Unaware of their significance, he quickly put the trinkets back where he found them, but he couldn’t help but pocket Leanna’s glistening ring which had fallen under her bed.

The beautiful ring was originally gifted to the innocent teen by Jacob Gallagher shortly before Meena killed her.

But oblivious to its importance, Noah gifted the item of jewellery to his current love interest Chloe Harris as a Christmas present.

Now soap watchers have predicted a twist for Noah as many think he could be framed for her murder as well as being tied to the other deaths now that his fingerprints are all over the trophies.

Taking to Twitter, one user said: “Noah touched all Meena’s trophies. Obviously he is going to get framed for her murders. How much longer do we have to suffer the ridiculousness of Meena?”

Another viewer added: “Blimey. He went through the murder trophies too,” followed by a worried emoji.

A third fan of the show chimed in with: “I wouldn’t be surprised if the writers have decided to make Noah get caught with the stolen ring then framed for Leanna’s murder.”

Elsewhere, another user tweeted: “Why do I feel Noah taking the ring is going to get him accused of Leanna's murder? Feel like this Meena story is never ending.”

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm, with an extra episode Thursdays at 8pm, on ITV

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