What will Chloe do on Neighbours when her boyfriend Pierce's cheeky teenage son Hendrix continues to flirt with her?
Chloe Brennan (played by April Rose Pengilly) got a BIG shock in Neighbours last week, when she discovered her businessman boyfriend Pierce Greyson (Tim Robards) had a SECRET teenage son, Hendrix (Benny Turland).
But it was also a case of like father, like son when cheeky Hendrix started flirting with Chloe, mostly while wearing not a lot of clothes!
Since Hendrix has been booted out of his boarding school, it looks like he'll be sticking around Erinsborough while Pierce and his ex, Lisa, look for another private boarding school to send the teenager to.
However, Chloe's unease grows when she arranges a welcome BBQ at Number 32 and Hendrix arrives early and appears to flirt with her again. Should Chloe mention his behaviour to Pierce?
Elsewhere in Erinsborough, Gail Lewis (Fiona Corke) is feeling guilty for her part in the ex-wives conspiracy against her ex-husband Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis), which was master-minded by Gail and Paul's daughter, Elle Robinson.
After a heart-to-heart with granddaughter Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan), Gail makes a decision to visit Elle in New York to see if she can repair their troubled relationship.
Meanwhile, over at Number 24 things get kinky between policeman Mark Brennan (Scott McGregor) and his secret lover Roxy Willis (Zima Anderson) when she handcuffs him so she can have her wicked way!
But the couple's sexy fun backfires when the key for the handcuffs goes missing and Roxy is forced to ask Harlow for help in getting Mark free!
However, Roxy and Harlow's shifty behaviour doesn't go unnoticed by housemate Ned Willis (Ben Hall) who decides to follow the girls and see what they're up to. Will Ned discover the truth about Mark and Roxy's secret fling?
Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5
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