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Emmerdale Matty DNA 'blunder' spotted by ITV viewers as he plots revenge on Suzy

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Emmerdale fans have called out an obvious DNA blunder on the long-standing show after Matty Barton planned his cruel revenge against Suzy Merton.During Thursday’s visit to the Yorkshire Dales, fans watched the hilarious farmyard bachelor and bachelorette party for Marlon and Rhona.While the group had a merry time drinking the day away in the heart of the village, the bitter brother was seen scheming away in an attempt to make Suzy pay for supplying the drugs that killed his late sister Holly.READ MORE: Emmerdale Amelia Spencer star gobsmacked as police stop her during birthday night outIn the ITV soap opera, Matty sneakily planted the stolen cocaine from Leyla’s office in the back of Suzy’s blue convertible before he reported the stolen drugs to the police.As viewers watched the nail-biting episode, fans couldn’t help but point out the obvious blunder should the officer take the drugs in for evidence.The last person to handle the illegal substance was Leyla and Callum, meaning that Suzy’s DNA wouldn’t even be on the stolen product, proving her innocence to the police.It was at this point that viewers flooded to Twitter to share their thoughts on the obvious blunder online.

One user penned: “How dumb is Matty? His, Leyla’s and Callum’s fingerprints are gonna be on the drugs not Suzy’s #Emmerdale.” Another asked: “Does he realise his fingerprints are all over the bag and the packs of drugs? #Emmerdale.”A third pointed out: “Ever heard of fingerprints Matty? #Emmerdale” as one fan of the show chimed in with: “#Emmerdale – fingerprints over the drugs...Not a wise move...”For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Unfortunately for Leyla, Callum managed.

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