Ste Hay angrily confronts the Maaliks during their Eid celebrations and later on Sami Maalik is attacked in a shocking assault!
Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson) takes matters into his own hands in Hollyoaks as the Maalik family hold an Eid celebration which marks the end of Ramadan.
Misbah Maalik (Harvey Virdi) and her children, Yazz, Imran and Sami are in the middle of partying when Ste’s children, Leah and Lucas sneak out of their home and into the Maalik’s garden so that they can join in the fun.
When Ste discovers his kids have gone AWOL he angrily turns up at the Maaliks and demands to know what's going on
And it's not long before his far right friends, Stuart Sumner and Jonny Baxter, also show up and use it as an opportunity to intimidate the Muslim family.
Will the Maaliks be frightened as Stuart and Jonny pile on the threats and try to frighten them?
Meanwhile, having been dragged from the party, Leah tells Ste that she wishes Sami Maalik was her dad and not him!
Jonny and Stuart hear this and immediately tell Ste he needs to claw back control and scare Sami off.
Later on Sami is minding his own business when he’s accosted by a mystery hooded person who attacks him with pepper spray! Who is responsible for the VILE attack?
Elsewhere, killer Breda McQueen who was recently seen MURDERING Harry Thompson (Parry Glasspool), is planning a big night in The Hutch for Friday.
She tells her daughter Goldie (Chelsee Healey) that she’s throwing her a party to cheer her up, but in reality Breda is planning a secret WEDDING CELEBRATION and is going to marry Jack Osborne!
Plus Nancy Osborne (Jessica Fox) notices that Brooke Hathaway (Talia Grant) has been acting strangely. Brooke’s boyfriend Ollie (Aedan Duckworth) confides in Nancy and tells her that the teen had a heated falling out with Juliet at the recent festival.
Will Nancy encourage Brooke and Juliet to make up?
Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4
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