VIEWERS saw Ryan Connor face justice during last night’s trip to the cobbles.

But while he was in court for the staged Bistro robbery, Coronation Street fans couldn’t help but point out a string of huge blunders.

ITVRyan Prescott faced justice last night in Coronation Street[/caption]

ITVHe indicated a not guilty plea[/caption]

ITVViewers were less than relieved as they were too busy pointing out some major courtroom blunders[/caption]

The waiter portrayed by Ryan Prescott stepped into court on Wednesday (August, 10), mere days after being exposed.

ITV viewers remembered scenes where police officer Craig Tinker saw him on CCTV footage robbing the Weatherfield restaurant after fiddling with the electricity – scenes which were aired just last week.

Immediately, soap fans took to Twitter, calling out the first of many glaring blunders.

“Ryan is up at court already? Hahaha”, one penned while another agreed: “Ryan’s sentencing already …only got found out last week !. Pity the rest of the country’s courts weren’t this quick.”

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Ryan was then asked how he plead and the judge proceeded with her sentencing after he indicated a not guilty plea.

Shockingly, he was given community service after his crime and viewers blasted the very lenient sentence.

“Ryan gets community services, even though the money that he admitted stealing is still missing”, one of them commented.

Another agreed: “Did the judge actually buy Ryan’s story of being forced to rob the safe by masked men? Or was she laughing so hard she just thought: ‘This daft b**** is no danger to society.’”

Desperate for cash, Ryan dived head first into Debbie Webster’s idea of a fake robbery to try and cash in on the insurance money.

But while the businesswoman saw sense and decided not to go through with it, Ryan was convinced he could get away with it – only to be humbled later on.

By cutting off the power at the restaurant, Ryan thought he’d stay out of trouble as the camera wouldn’t be recording.

However, Ed Bailey revealed the CCTV camera wasn’t hooked to the power as police officer Craig Tinker started to investigate and Ryan was caught.

A passive addition to her own plan, Debbie reluctantly allowed Ryan to steal from the Bistro but threw him under the bus when he was arrested.


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Ryan pleaded with her to talk to the police but Debbie kept quiet, despite his threats of exposing her.

He also tried to deflect blame by telling authorities he had been forced by unknown gunmen to rob the Bistro.

Meanwhile, her partner Ronnie Bailey figured what had gone on and ended their relationship when she admitted her involvement.

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Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday on ITV.

ITVRonnie Bailey came to support Ryan[/caption]

ITVRyan dodged prison and was sentenced to community service[/caption]

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