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EastEnders: Viewers can’t stop laughing at BOTCHED sound effect

EastEnders: Fans were baffled by a scene in the latest episode [BBC]

EastEnders fans couldn’t get over a scene during the latest episode of the BBC soap. 

Fans tuned in on Thursday night to watch the fallout of Mel Owen and Ray Kelly’s doomed wedding.

However, despite the dramatic scenes, viewers ended up finding themselves in stitches over an unintentionally funny moment. 

Ray escaped from police custody after being arrested in the previous episode[BBC ]

After being arrested for bigamy, Ray was being taken to the police station by two officers. 

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He decided to fake a heart attack in a bid to escape, and the two police offers fell for his ploy hook, line and sinker. 

When he was on the ground in the recovery position, Ray grabbed one of the officer’s tasers and attacked him with it. 

Viewers were confused by a sound effect when an officer pulled out her baton  [BBC ]

Fans rushed to social media to poke fun at the noise [BBC ]

When a female officer then approached him, she whipped out her baton and, bizarrely, it sounded like a sword. 

Viewers rushed to social media to poke fun at the mishap, which accidentally gave the scene an unneeded injection of comedy. 

One fan wrote: “lol did that police office fully pull out a sword? #eastenders”.

Viewers were left terrified for Mel’s son, Hunter  [BBC ]

While another added: “HAHA! they added a sword sound effect to the police womens baton! #eastenders”. 



Meanwhile, others viewers are convinced that Hunter is going to end up being brutally killed in the shocking two-parter. 

One viewer tweeted: “So I’m guessing hunter gets killed”. 

While a second fan said: “Hunter is going to die”. 




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