CORONATION Street fans were left horrified last night as evil abuser Geoff Metcalfe returned from beyond the grave to torment Yasmeen Nazir.
Yasmeen saw a vision of her late husband during a visit to the bank to discuss the huge debt that he racked up before he died.
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The traumatised widow recently discovered Geoff had applied for and pocketed various loans as he squandered money on paying for sex.
He applied for them in her name – and now she owes thousands of pounds to the bank.
And the stress of trying to fix her money woes caused her to have a terrifying psychotic in last night's episode.
Yasmeen was speaking to an unsympathetic accountant who was dealing with her case, and he was also called Geoff.
Suddenly he morphed into her evil husband and began belittling her like he would do when he was alive.
She even heard Geoff's voice in the disturbing scenes, as he said to her: "Silly little Yasmeen, always thinking she knows best".
Viewers were shocked by the sudden reminder of evil Geoff and reached out to the soap on Twitter.
One person tweeted: "OMG……Geoff from beyond the grave. 👻 #Corrie"
Another observed: "Geoff 😷 A reminder that Ian Bartholomew is an incredible actor though #corrie"
Another said: "Geoff on my screen. Gag. Get him off"
Meanwhile, Alya discovers Geoff has left everything he stole from Yasmeen to his son Tim Metcalfe.
Next week, Geoff's son Tim Metcalfe transfers Geoff’s money to Yasmeen as she plans to sell her community centre to clear her debts.
Yasmeen was duped into signing half her house over to Geoff and taking out a number of loans in the ITV soap’s controversial coercive control storyline last year.
It comes after actress Shelley King – who plays Yasmeen in the ITV soap – revealed Yasmeen’s ordeal was far from over despite Geoff falling to his death.
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