Emmerdale fans fuming as they spot error in Marlon Dingle newspaper headline
Emmerdale favourite Marlon Dingle was released from prison this week after he was jailed over Graham Foster's murder.
Celebrating his release, the local newspaper published a story titled: "Wrongfully convicted dad walks free."
Marlon's picture was plastered beneath the news story, much to the chef's embarrassment.
But certain Emmerdale fans realised the headline was incorrect, as Marlon hadn't been convicted of the crime – in fact, he was on remand.
Taking to Twitter, the eagle-eyed fans blasted the headline, pointing out the inaccuracy.
One chimed: "The headline of the newspaper read, "Wrongly convicted dad walks free."
"Have I missed something? Did I miss when Marlon was actually convicted? Or was he on remand and therefore NOT convicted?Answers on a postcard please…."
A second agreed: "Marlon wasn't a convicted dad, he was on demand awaiting trial. Shoddy scriptwriting
"Remand, not demand – hurry up with that edit facility, twitter. And yes, I get the irony."
Emmerdale airs on weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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