Eagle-eyed Coronation Street fans spot prop blunder as plastic fruit hits road
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Coronation Street fans were left scratching their heads after hearing a sound which made it clear that the fruit and veg were made of plastic.
Although it's not uncommon to use props over real food on set, viewers were still left cracking up over the unfortunate sound effects made by the "plastic" fruit and veg.
On Friday night's episode of Corrie, Zeedan was spotted carrying a crate of perishable goods including fruit and veg when he noticed his van, containing his criminal money, had disappeared.
He immediately dropped the crate to the ground as fruit and veg flew out the box.
The fruit and veg, which would usually be soft and splatter on the ground, instead made a loud sound as it rolled around the Cobbles – and not one smashed citrus in sight.
Taking to Twitter, viewers couldn't help but crack up over the awkward blunder.
One user wrote: "The plastic fruit bouncing off the street and rolling about though."
Another said: "Ha ha the rattle of the plastic fruit and veg hitting the ground."
A third wrote: "Look at all those plastic fruit hit the ground (laughing emoji)."
An additional fan wrote: "Hahahaha did you hear that Zeedan's veg is plastic?"
It came after Zeedan recognised that his van was stolen and later on in the same episode Hashim told Zeedan that he wanted to get his money.
He told him that if the only way to get him his cash was to burn down the restaurant and claim on the insurance – that was what he needed to do.
The threat ended with Hashim saying that it was either the restaurant or he would burn down Yasmeen's house – so Zeedan has been left with a lot to think about.
It seems that Zeedan took the threat seriously, allowing for Hashim's dodgy men to start the fire, but homeless character Stu was in the restaurant doing a trial shift at the time.
Stu was rushed to hospital, leaving Yasmeen blaming herself for giving him the keys for the shift, but Zeedan's sister Alya knows who is truly behind the incident.
Will Stu be able to come out of it alive?
Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm and 8:30pm on ITV.
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