CORONATION Street viewers noticed something very odd about Lydia and Adam’s brutal showdown last night.
The vengeful bunny boiler finally revealed why she was making her ex’s life hell before shoving him over a shopping centre railing.
While the drama certainly had fans on tenterhooks, they couldn’t help notice the setting was unusually quiet.
One wrote on Twitter: “Why tf was that shopping centre in Coronation Street COMPLETELY empty?”
A second posted: “Yeah totally unrealistic. Which shopping centre has no shoppers, even during Covid there should be people around?”
A third said: “Bit unlucky he had his fall in Britain’s only shopping centre with no staff, no shoppers and no CCTV!”
Businesswoman Lydia – who is played by actress Rebecca Ryan – finally admitted why she has been destroying Adam’s life in recent months.
She faked an affair to ruin his marriage, made complaints to harm his career and set him up for fake criminal charges.
And in last night’s episode she revealed his cruel behaviour during their relationship in university.
“Three times you cheated on me and they’re just the times I know about,” she said.
“All this fuss – it’s called being human. Admitting you’ve been hurt is hard – but it’s even harder when you fall in love with a narcissist.
“I’ve seen the way you are with Harry – you’re brilliant with him. When you shine your light on someone it’s like there’s no-one else in the universe.”
But when Adam called what they had a fling – she told him the entire horrifying truth.
“You were my first love, my first lover,” she said.
“And you were chuffed about that. I let my guard down, showed you the real me and I thought you were doing the same.
“But overnight you were gone – total amnesia. I want you to own what you did.
“’If you had any sense, you’d get rid of it’ – that’s the last thing you said to me. A scared, 19 year old girl who thought she was pregnant with your child.
“Weren’t you curious? For all you knew I could have gone off by myself and had your baby. The doctor just looked bored – first day after Christmas break.
“I was the fourth student to come in up the duff. He didn’t even glance up from his keyboard. When I went to the clinic, there were people outside singing hymns.
“I got up, dusted myself up and threw myself into lectures and parties and no-one knew. But in here I was broken. I dropped out of uni, got a job, got another job and I drifted.”
She raged at him for how he reacted to her when they ran into each other – and he promised that he got it.
But when he demanded that she tell Sarah the truth, Lydia was furious.
She went to storm off but he tried to grab her, and she violently pushed him off sending him flying over a balcony railing, leaving him for dead.