Corrie viewers distracted as they spot Tardis and daleks in Blackpool scene

Bonhams employee Katherine Boyle emerges from the TARDIS used to transport the ninth incarnation of Dr Who, Christopher Eccle
Bonhams employee Katherine Boyle emerges from the TARDIS used to transport the ninth incarnation of Dr Who, Christopher Eccleston, into Bonhams in Knightsbridge, London, surrounded by 1960s Daleks, some of the items of Dr Who memorabilia in the auction house's June 23 Entertainment Memorabilia Sale.

Coronation Street fans were left stunned when they spotted the Tardis and some daleks in the background of a scene.

Roy Cropper, played by David Neilson, and Mary Taylor, played by Patti Clare, were sitting in a parked car in Blackpool as they pursued Mary’s wayward son Jude when fans spotted the phone box used by Doctor Who and the villainous mutants from the sci-fi show reflected in the window.

On fan wrote on Twitter: “DID I JUST SEE DALEKS WAIT WAHT, ROY, SHUT UP FOR A MINUTE, WE’RE UNDER ATTACK.”

Another said: “Anyone noticed this. Tardis and Daleks in @itvcorrie.”

Yet another wrote: “I know Mary is distracted by the whole Jude thing, but surely her and Roy couldn’t have missed the fact that The Tardis went past chasing some daleks?”

Another queried: “Did anyone else just see 2 daleks & the Tardis go by in the reflection of Roy’s car window in Corrie, or am I tripping out my nut?”

The episode saw Roy and Mary track Jude down for a final confrontation, after he left the cobbles in October after being caught out in a string of lies.

Viewers were not happy to see him back, with one writing: “We now know Jude is/was a big mistake. Couldn’t the writers just have Mary wake-up after a snooze in Emily’s and everything to have been a dream? After all, Dallas did it with Pam Ewing.”

Another said: “Such a loser. This character does nothing for #Corrie; please get rid,” while one more added: “Please god, let this be the end of Jude …worst character and most pointless storyline ever.”

Coronation Street continues on ITV on Friday at 7.30pm.

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