As soap villain Scott Emberton robbed the bistro in Coronation Street fans were thinking the same thing.

Scott burst into the Viaduct Bistro wearing a scary mask and interrupted owner Ray Crosby's poker night, but many  Corrie fans weren't convinced by the dramatic scenes.

Soap watchers took to Twitter to point out a major flaw.

They couldn't believe that Scott had committed a robbery on the street where he'd been staying for months, in his local restaurant, and he didn't bother to hide his voice as he demanded cash.

Scott without his mask on

"He covers his face with a mask but does nothing to disguise his voice," said one.

"You’d think Scott would have put on a different voice when he burst in! Could tell it was him!!" said another.

"How Scott didn’t even try to hide his voice when robbing the local bistro!" exclaimed another.

"Scott might at least have tried to disguise his voice. It's not like he's never had a conversation with Ray," said another fan.

Craig was shot

Another pointed out: "Everyone will know it's Scott. He has one of them voices that is instantly recognisable."

And another tweeted: "He may as well have worn a badge saying 'I am Scott!'”

The scene even had some fans wondering if Scott and fellow baddie Ray could be working in cahoots.

"This hold up a set up between Ray and Scott. I mean you could clearly recognise Scott’s voice, he made no attempt to disguise it," wondered one viewer.

"I think Ray is in on the robbery ..." said another.

Eyebrows were also raised when Scott chose Johnny Connor, perhaps the most recognisable face on the street as the landlord of the Rovers Return, to be his getaway driver.

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But that part of the plan went horribly wrong when Johnny suffered a severe MS attack and he ended up calling the police to report the robbery.

Scott enlisted Johnny as his getaway driver by telling him if he didn't play ball he would tell his wife Jenny how the pair were once involved in a robbery and left a man to die.

The mysterious character, played by Tom Roberts, arrived in April as a guest at the Rovers Return B&B.

Johnny almost immediately fled Weatherfield and ended up staying on in France to avoid Scott.

But in August he returned to face the music and the secret the old friends had hidden for more than 30 years was revealed.