EastEnders’ Alfie Moon gets dire warning in robbery storyline


EastEnders spoilers follow.

Alfie Moon has been warned by Denise Fox he’s a “dead man” in EastEnders’ robbery storyline.

Tuesday’s (November 15) episode was a busy one for Denise, as she not only dealt with the aftermath of Amy Mitchell’s self-harm but also stumbled upon a robbery scene.

The robbery storyline continued in tonight’s episode as masked gunman Keith demanded Alfie become his getaway driver after he just robbed a building society.

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Alfie was determined to get Tommy’s game as he promised, so he made a detour to the shop even with Keith on board.

However, Alfie learned his lesson when a call from Stacey alerted Keith to Phil Mitchell’s safe – where £30,000 was being held unattended.

At gunpoint, Keith forced Alfie to take him to the safe and then ordered him to help empty it. As Keith made his escape from No. 55, he was spotted by a suspicious Denise and Patrick.

After Keith nearly knocked Patrick over, Denise rushed into No. 55 to find Alfie all tied up next to the empty safe. When Alfie explained that Keith had stolen the cash, Denise reeled as she issued a dire warning.

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“You lead an armed robber back to this house and he’s stolen £30 grand of Phil’s money,” Denised realised.

Alfie said that he’s sure Phil’s money is insured, but Denise insisted: “You need to be insured because Phil’s gonna kill you.”

She then warned: “You better find a way to pay Phil back because if you don’t, oh Alfie, you’re a dead man.”

Ahead of these scenes transmitting, Shane Richie has hinted that viewers can definitely expect Alfie and Phil to clash in the coming weeks.

EastEnders airs on Mondays – Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.

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If you’ve been affected by the issues raised in this story, organisations who can offer support include Samaritans on 116 123 (www.samaritans.org) or Mind on 0300 123 3393 (www.mind.org.uk). Readers in the US are encouraged to visit mentalhealth.gov.


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