Hollyoaks fans rejoice as Sid ‘kills’ evil dad Stuart in dark twist

Hollyoaks fans were treated to an hour-long episode tonight as the radicalisation of Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) storyline came to a dramatic end.

As Ste planned his grand escape to Newcastle, far-right group members Stuart Sumner (Chris Simmons) and Jonny Baxter (Ray Quinn) planned to teach him a lesson for good.

Ste remained in the dark over the evil pair's kill him in revenge for a perceived betrayal of the group.

A worried Sid begged evil dad Stuart to leave Ste free but the villain refused to listen to his son.

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Jonny tricked Ste into getting into a taxi during tonight's episode with Stuart in the driver's seat.

The manipulative pair drove Ste to a cliff unaware that Leela and Peri were hot on their heels after a tip-off earlier on in the episode.

As Stuart attempted to attack Ste, Sid bravely dove into his father's path and knocked Stuart off the top of the cliff to send the fascist leader plunging to his death

Viewers were delighted that Stuart was killed following the tense showdown.

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One fan said: "Well done Sid."

Another added: "Sid the hero."

A third tweeted: "Sid the unlikely hero. Yes."

A fourth penned: "YESSSS Sid."

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Police arrived to arrest Jonny in his role in the kidnapping.

Elsewhere in the episode, Sinead O'Connor (Stephanie Davis) jilted Sami (Rishi Nair) via text.

The pair were set to get married in Hollyoaks but the bride got cold feet.

Hollyoaks airs weekdays at 6.30pm with first look episodes on E4 at 7pm

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