Corrie fans predict Faye exit in brutal Emma betrayal as they cover up Ted death

Coronation Street fans have predicted that Emma Brooker and Faye Windass' downfall is sealed after the driving instructor struggled to keep quiet about the death of an elderly man.

During Tuesday's hour long episode, viewers watched the brunette beauty struggle to come to terms with her actions after she covered up the death of pensioner Ted.

It comes after the pair took a drive the morning after New Year's celebrations despite feeling worse for wear.

While the pair were distracted as they caught up on the previous night's wild antics Faye failed to notice the older gentleman walk out into the middle of the road.

Although Ted appeared to be fine despite the injury, the apologetic drivers wanted to pop round to check on him and apologise again for the accident.

Unfortunately, the pair were shocked to discover that Ted had passed away in his armchair all alone.

But in stead of calling the police, the pair decided to cover up his death by cleaning his apartment and removing their fingerprints from the scene.

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