Coronation Street fans are certain they've predicted a dark twist for Ryan and Daisy's potential affair – as they think Daisy is set to turn into a full-on villain.
The two were getting cosy in the back room of the Rovers Return as they mixed – and sampled – cocktails to share at Ryan's DJing gig.
Daisy encouraged Ryan to keep drinking, and while he nipped to the bathroom, rushed to hide his phone in the sofa cushions as he received a message from his girlfriend Alya.
As the pair descended further into drunkenness, Daisy invited Ryan up to her bedroom, encouraging him to ditch his "boring girlfriend" in favour of a wild night of passion as she seductively placed a hand on his knee.
But fans are certain there could be a more sinister twist in store, as they predict Daisy could have drugged Ryan's drink in order to make him more cooperative with her schemes.
"I wonder if they will go down the lass drugs the guy route here!" one penned on Twitter, as someone else posted: "#Corrie wonder if she's spiked his drink?
A third fan chirped: "Date rape drug going in Ryan's drink in a minute! #Corrie."
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