Bea got a FRIGHT when she found herself home alone with creepy stalker Alfie on Neighbours. But why didn't she report the intruder to the police?
Bea Nilsson (played by Bonnie Anderson) and her boyfriend Finn Kelly (Rob Mills) were freaked out when they discovered some of their clothes had been stolen from the livingroom at the Kennedy house on Neighbours.
But the idenity of the thief was REVEALED in today’s episode of Neighbours, when Bea was home alone and found herself face-to-face with… creepy stalker Alfie Sutton (Harry Borland). Did you guess it was him?
Alfie has become increasingly obssessed with the life and crimes of Finn. And despite Bea doing her best to convince everyone that Finn is a reformed man and has turned his back on his troubled past, unfortunately there are some folk in Erinsborough who preferred Finn when he was locking people in storage containers and trying to run them over!
“Is it just me or is there always something weird going on in this Street?” said new neighbour Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan).
Don’t worry Harlow, you’ll soon get used to life on Ramsay Street!
While Bea was home alone working on her music, awful Alfie sneaked into the Kennedy house in search of more of Finn’s stuff to steal…
“I’m bringing together a community of fans to celebrate the life of Finn Kelly!” revealed Alfie after Bea demanded to know what he was up to.
“So you’re creating this fantasy to make you feel what? To feel like less of a loser!” Bea responded. “If pouring over Finn’s clothes and making up stories about him gets you off, then I feel so sorry for you.”
Naturally, Alfie didn’t respond very well to Bea’s putdowns and warned her the community of Finn’s superfans isn’t going anywhere. Uh-oh…
Trouble is, Bea can’t really call the police on Alfie because he has threatened to blab about Finn’s previous violent attack on him. Since Finn is on very strict release conditions, any signs he is violent could send him to prison!
So just how is Bea going to send obssessed super-fan Alfie packing?
Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5