Emmerdale’s violent coffin-throwing scene goes wrong as viewers dub bizarre moment ‘hilarious’

EMEMRDALE’s violent coffin-throwing scene went wrong tonight as fans dubbed the bizarre moment “hilarious”.

Stalker Will threw Harriet to the floor before sliding the coffin on top of her and trying to choke her with it after realising she was only pretending to sympathise with him.

Emmerdale's violent coffin scene goes wrong as fans dub it 'hilarious'

Emmerdale’s violent coffin scene goes wrong as fans dub it ‘hilarious’[/caption]

Harriet had secretly picked up a pair of scissors in self defence but Will soon spotted her weapon and switched.

The former lovers grappled before Harriet fell in a slump beneath the coffin and Will used the full force of his body to dig it into her.

But viewers mocked the violent scenes and were left howling with laughter on Twitter.


One person wrote: “That coffin scene was hilarious. ”

Another said: “Brings a whole new dimension to coffin dodger”

A third added: “Next time Harriet get a wicker coffin”

And a fourth summarised: “The coffin stole this episode.”

Harriet was confronted with her own funeral – set up by ex lover and stalker Will

Will wanted to reunite with the former policewoman despite their history after she went undercover and ensured he went to prison for his many crimes.

The former drugs baron spent months making her life a misery but despite trying to kill her, he still loved her.

Will will set about putting Harriet into a terrifying situation when he planned a funeral for her in her own church, before revealing himself and attacking her with a coffin.

But there were more to his feelings than just rage.


Actor Dean Andrews revealed: “It’s that point where you never quite know until that person’s right in front of you.

“I suppose we’ve all had a relationship where one moment you’re like, ‘I can’t stand you’, and next moment you’re back in love.”

And he teased a long-term stint on the show for Will, adding: “I’m in for as long as they’ll have me. I love the show. I think it’s great. It’s a nice time for me to come in having done some nice work in the past. I always wanted to be part of the show, being from Yorkshire and being just down the road.”

He added: “I’d love to stick around and have 43 affairs and have 12 kids and end up owning the café!”



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