Coronation Street fans spot creepy coincidence as HPV number plate drives by as Sinead’s killer cancer returns

Coronation Street fans spot creepy coincidence as HPV number plate drives by as Sinead’s killer cancer returns

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CORONATION Streets fans spotted a creepy coincidence during Monday night’s episode as Sinead’s killer cancer returns.

In a scene amid the ongoing upsetting storyline about the character’s – played by Katie McGlynn – cervical cancer on her wedding day,  a car was seen on the Cobbles with a number plate ending HPV.

Eagle-eyed viewers spotted HPV on the car number plate

HPV (Human papillomavirus infection) is an infection which can increase the first of cancer in the cervix.

As preparations got underway for Sinead and Daniel’s big day – Fiz was seen walking along the road as the car slowly drive past.

Those watching at home noticed the chance plate and took to Twitter to comment on it.

One person wrote: “Is paranoia kicking in? #corrie Sinead cervical cancer story line then very next scene this is the car reg??”

While another added: “Subliminal messaging!”

Earlier this week the newlywed was left stunned when her aunt, Beth, found a lump on her neck on her wedding day.

Fearing the worst Sinead – and new husband Daniel – go for a scan to find out what they’re dealing with.

Sinead discovers that she just has months to live
Fiz was seen strolling along as the car drove past
A lump was found on Beth’s wedding day


In scenes set to air this evening Sinead and Daniel’s worse fears are confirmed when the consultant breaks the terrible news to them that the cancer has spread to her lymph nodes and liver.

They’re distraught when they’re told that there’s nothing that can be done now and that Sinead only has three or four months to live.

The couple reel in shock and head home where they share the awful news with their family – Ken, Peter, Adam, Carla and Beth.

As the enormity of the situation starts to sink in, Sinead begins to blame herself saying that she wouldn’t be dying if she’d had chemo in the first place. But Daniel tells her that if she did, they wouldn’t have their baby son, Bertie.

How will they face telling their friends that Sinead is dying?


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