Emmerdale: Noah Dingle stalker storyline escalates in dark scenes

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Emmerdale spoilers follow.

Noah Dingle's stalker storyline has aired even darker new scenes in Emmerdale.

The teen's obsession with Chloe Harris continues to go unnoticed in the village, even as he goes to increasingly disturbing lengths to keep tabs on her every move.

In Tuesday's (May 3) episode, Noah continued playing mind games with Chloe when she came round to offer to take him for drinks as thanks for setting her up with escape room tickets.

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Photo credit: ITV

Noah claimed he was busy and "maybe" could fit her in another time, all the time holding a package that had just arrived in the post.

During a chat with Sarah later on, he took note when Sarah mentioned Chloe needed her friend to help her get through a troubled time with the older guy she was seeing (aka Nate).

Noah used all of the information Sarah inadvertently fed him while speaking to Chloe later, pushing her not to accept any more of Nate putting her off.

"He's lucky to be with someone like you and if he doesn't see that, probably not worth worrying about," Noah insisted.

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Photo credit: ITV

Later, Noah was shown launching a high-tech drone helicopter outside the B&B — that's what was in the package delivered earlier in the episode.

While Bob assumed the teen would be using it for fun, viewers saw the truth as Noah launched the drone to spy on Chloe inside her bedroom. Chloe was being watched without having any idea!

Noah's stalking will be discovered during a special week starting May 9, with the fallout set to send ripples throughout the entire village as he faces the consequences of his actions.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

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

Read more Emmerdale spoilers on our dedicated homepage

If you've been affected by the issues raised in this story, organisations who can offer support include Samaritans on 116 123 (www.samaritans.org) or Mind on 0300 123 3393 (www.mind.org.uk). Readers in the US are encouraged to visit mentalhealth.gov.

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