EastEnders fans think Ian Beale is about to end up in prison as they're sure he's going to "steal money" from his son Bobby.
Actor Adam Woodyatt, who plays Ian, is about to make his exit from the soap, and on Thursday's episode the character seemed very interested in his son's fundraiser.
Ian has become desperate to get his hands on some money in order to pay back Max Branning.
Viewers saw Ian use his business partner's share of the restaurant to buy The Queen Vic for Sharon. Max was left furious and wanted his cash back.
Bobby is raising money for The Lucy Beale Fund, a charity for his dead sister.
He explained to his dad that he's raised thousands of pounds for the fund, and Ian was thrilled.
Fans watching were sure Ian was acting suspiciously and that he may end up behind bars if he steals money from the fund.
One viewer said: "Ian's going to prison."
While another wrote: "As soon as Bobby said the amount, Ian's ears pricked up like a rabbit! The man has no soul".
A third added: "Ian's gonna steal the money from Bobby's foundation."
"No not Ian stealing from the foundation made for his dead daughter," penned another.
Later, Ian was left delighted after he was selected as chair of the planning committee, but his smile soon faded when his mum Kathy was furious at him as he missed the appointment regarding their wills.
At the end of Thursday's tense episode, viewers saw Ian acting suspiciously again during a phone call.
He was seen attempting to forge his mother's signature, and once he had perfected her handwriting, he signed a document.
Viewers saw he had actually used her signature to re-mortgage the cafe, therefore was stealing from his own mum.
Fans watching couldn't believe he stooped so low, with one writing: "Oh, so Ian's going to steal Kathy's money then Bobby's."
While another wrote: "OMG Ian had forged Kathy's signature."
"OMG so Ian's actually stealing from his own Mom this time seriously? He's totally gonna end up in prison for fraud sooner rather than later at this rate ain't he? Also Kathy's totally gonna kill him ain't she?" penned another.
Could he be set for a stint in prison if he's exposed?
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