Emmerdale flashforward teases Noah danger as he's caught out

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Emmerdale spoilers follow.

Emmerdale's newest flashforward scene has revealed Noah Dingle's danger after he was caught out.

Tuesday's instalment in this special flashforward week saw Noah starting to face the consequences after Chloe realised he'd been tracking her every move over the last several days.

A flashforward at the beginning of the episode showed that Noah will end up trapped in what could either be a dirt hole or an open grave. A previous flashback teased that there is an open grave in the cemetery.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

In the present, Noah thought he was gaining the upper-hand while out on a supply run as Kerry stopped to thank him for actually being a good friend to Chloe.

But Chloe confronted Noah once he returned about the numerous photos and videos stored on his laptop, angrily telling him: "You've been tracking my phone, you're weird!"

Noah blocked Chloe from leaving, insisting he'd only been tracking her to learn more about her. Chloe rightfully pointed out that "normal people just ask" about those things.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

That's when it all came together for Chloe that Noah had stolen her keys and diary, and then blamed it on Jacob. In disturbing scenes, Noah grabbed Chloe to stop her screaming but Charity arrived before he could go much further.

"Get off her," Charity demanded.

When Chloe explained Noah was stalking her, he claimed he was only trying to prove he loved her. As Charity reeled, Chloe fired back at Noah: "You are messed up."

Chloe was able to get away with a warning for Noah to stay away. Later, she consulted with Charity, Kerry and Al over what steps she could take to hold Noah responsible.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Al was determined to teach Noah "a lesson in respect he'll never forget", then a cut to the cottage revealed that Noah had bundled the laptop and was getting ready to do a runner.

Will Al catch up to Noah?

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.

Read more Emmerdale spoilers on our dedicated homepage

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