Coronation Street fans have been left in disbelief at a scene involving Abi Franklin.
The fictional character, plated by actress Sally Carman, injured her arm during a terrible accident and wound up in hospital as a result.
However, fans were left baffled as the recovering heroin addict was left in a room with an open drugs trolley, sitting unattended in front of her.
Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK’s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.
Abi is told she can’t have morphine to take home as it’s “too addictive” in the scene, to which she says: “I don’t need a counsellor, I just need something to take the pain away.”
She’s then left alone with the drugs trolley while the doctor tends to an emergency, leaving fans to take to Twitter to dispute the plot.
Abi can be seen crying in the scene after not being able to say goodbye to her twins Charlie and Lexi before they went to Australia with their adoptive parents.
As Abi grabs hold of some liquid morphine, she’s caught by fellow recovering addict Peter Barlow, but some fans think it just wouldn’t have happened.
“There is absolutely no chance in hell would any medical professional leave a trolley full of controlled drugs out in the open for any Tom, Dick or Abi to help themselves from,” one fan wrote.
While another penned: “Never in a million years do they leave meds around like that,” and a third added: “They do not leave the drugs trolley open like that, never.”
A fourth person penned: “Morphine is never kept a in a standard drug trolly get the facts right #corrie.” [sic]
And this is the second hospital blunder on the soap of late which has caught the attention of eagle-eyed fans.
In recent scenes, viewers watched as Sarah went to hospital to visit Gary Windass and she was seen wearing a face mask.
However, when Sarah got to Gary’s hospital room she preceded to remove the mask so that he could hear her more clearly, despite being in a hospital.
And Corrie viewers were quick to point out the blunder, as Sarah pulled off the mask without hesitation in the hospital room.
Flocking to Twitter to dispute the action, one questioned: “Why’s Sarah just taken her mask off?”
Another added: “Hold on…. you’re supposed to leave your mask ON Sarah, otherwise it kind of defeats the purpose.”
And a third penned: “Somebody want to explain why Sarah would remove her mask INSIDE the hospital?”
A fourth fan chimed: “Keep your mask on Sarah, you’re still in hospital.”