Coronation Street: Ryan Connor considers online sex work
ITV viewers were less than impressed after spotting a massive blunder on last night’s edition of Coronation Street.
In Wednesday night’s scenes, Ryan Connor (played by Ryan Prescott) confessed to using steroids during a chat with his love interest, Daisy Midgeley (Charlotte Jordan).
Ryan has recently hit rock bottom after experiencing a traumatic acid attack earlier this year and has turned to drugs to handle his trauma.
In the emotional scene, Ryan took to social media to come clean about his steroid abuse in an attempt to bulk up.
However, viewers noticed that as he was speaking to his online followers, he had both his camera and microphone switched off.
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This meant that all his fans would not know what he was saying, or even see his face as he made his confession to stop using steroids.
One viewer who spotted this took to X, formally known as Twitter, and said: “No camera or mike on while he does his big reveal.”
Another chimed in: “Damn hate it when that happens. Poor sod will have to do it again.”
A third typed: “Well at least he didn’t have a cat filter on like that American lawyer a year or so back on a Zoom call…”
Ryan had turned to posting online fitness videos in an attempt to increase his fitness following the acid attack.
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He also developed an addiction to steroids after he was attacked with acid by Justin Rutherford (Andrew Still) and has sustained facial scars.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Ryan Prescott revealed: “The recovery period is so long, if not lifelong. It’s psychotherapy, physiotherapy for many years if not the rest of your life.
“PTSD, trauma therapy, learning the simple things of dealing with people looking at you in the street. There’s a whole phase of trying to accept that people are going to react differently to you now.”
Coronation Street airs daily on ITV at 8pm.
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