CORONATION Street viewers call out HUGE blunder as uncover policeman Spider takes a video call in the street and risks blowing his cover.
Residents in the street believe Spider is friends with Griff and his gang of racist – but he is in fact spying on them as an undercover policeman.
Viewers believe he made a major mistake by taking a video call in the public street to discuss the events from the camping trip.
During the camping trip, Max got hurt after a Griff's bomb went off unexpectedly in the boot of a car.
Max ended up in hospital and was warned by Griff not to reveal anything to the doctors or police.
Meanwhile Griff friends ditched the car after wiping it down with any DNA traces.
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Spider is urgent to stop Griff before anyone else gets hurt.
On a video call to a fellow policeman, they told Spider they didn't have enough evidence to arrest Griff yet, so he must take undercover.
Spider explained: "Griff and the others had a bomb. Someone could have been killed. I don't know why he had it or what he has planned for it yet, but he needs to be stopped."
His colleague said Spider needed to carrying on spying on them until they find who is funding the group.
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Viewers were shocked at Spider's reckless actions believing someone else can overhear and blow his cover.
Taking to Twitter, one said: "Would you really do a secret video call on a public street!"
Another wrote: "Spider needs to be really careful having video call conversations in dark alley's in the cobbles. Anyone could have been listening."
The pressure of pretending to be a racist thug like Griff and his friends appeared to be too much for Spyder as he opened up to Toyah.
"I know you hate me right now but you've got it all wrong," Spider began.
"All this everything is a lie… I'm not a racist, I'm not a thug. I'm not one of Griff's lackies like the rest of them.
"I'm doing this to try and stop him before he hurts anyone else."
He continued: "I don't know if I can do this anymore" and revealed "I am an undercover police officer."
But Toyah doesn't believe him and ordered him to leave her alone.
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Coronation Street airs on ITV.
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