Emmerdale fans spot loophole in Chas and Marlon Dingle’s plan to buy pub off CharityFebruary 12, 2021
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Emmerdale fans were left upset this evening when the Dingle clan turned their back on Charity Dingle (played by Emma Atkins). It comes after the mother of three had a heated argument with Noah Tate (Jack Downham) after she interfered with his plan to fake the Army medical test. The teenage mocked Charity and she then crossed a line by slapping him across the face. To make matters worse, she ended up conversing with Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) about daughter Debbie Dingle’s (Charley Webb) plan to get revenge on him for cheating. If that wasn’t a betrayal of trust, Charity then made an advance towards the businessman which was caught on CCTV. As a result, Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) was the first to decide Charity needed to leave their lives and enacted a plan with Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) which would see him buy her cousins’ share of the Woolpack. But viewers were quick to notice a loophole in the plan.
Returning to the pub, Charity offered: “I’ll cover, cover the rest of the day and take over,” but Chas was having none of it and replied: “No, don’t bother.”
“Look, I’m sorry, for everything,” she continued and Marlon interrupted: “I’ll leave you to it.”
Snapping, Chas said: “No, don’t you dare go anywhere, we need to sort this now.”
“Sort what?” Charity asked. “Is this about Debs? I would’ve sorted it by now if she would speak to me. Belle won’t even let me see Noah and Sarah.”
“Well, I tell you what you can do Charity, is you can pack your bags. I’ve had enough of it, working with you, living with you, making excuses for you, I’ve had it up to here and I want you to leave,” Chas explained.
“But you know I can’t move back in with the kids yet. Not until the dust settles,” her cousin argued.
But Chas continued: “I’m not saying you need to move out I’m saying you need to sell-up. You don’t even put in a shift Charity, you’re useless to me, to everyone – the family hates you! You just need to leave.”
“You can’t boot me out!” A worried Charity exclaimed.
“If it’s money you’re worried about we’ve got a solution for that. Marlon wants to buy you out,” Chas said.
And Marlon added: “The thing is Charity, you don’t want to run a pub!”
“You will have the money to do whatever you like, to go wherever you want, to find some millionaire to marry – I really don’t care what you do I just need you to leave,” Chas mocked.
Panicked, Charity said: “This is my home! I’ll move out for a couple of nights and give you some space, but I am not selling my share, no way.”
But Chas was adamant: “I’m not giving you a choice.”
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Taking to Twitter to comment, one said: “Legally Chas can’t actually force Charity out, whether she likes it or not right? #Emmerdale.”
“Chas could make things difficult for Charity, but that goes both ways, but she can’t make Charity sell her half of the pub. Backing Charity into a corner is never a good idea & Chas should know that ffs,” someone else wrote.
Another pointed out: “#Emmerdale Hahahahahahaaaaa, how the hell is moron going to buy into that pub??? It must be £400,000 to purchase its freehold ?”
“Where would Marlon get the money to buy half pub the property would cost £100,000+ #Emmerdale,” A tweet read.
More to follow…
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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