Bethany was NOT happy to see her mum, gran and great gran at her place of work...
Coronation Street viewers were treated to 'priceless' TV on Friday night after witnessing half of the Platt family get drunk at a strip club.
Audrey, Gail and Sarah decided to have a family day out and visit the strip club Sarah's daughter, Bethany, had taken a job in - unaware that Bethany had been called in on her day off to cover a shift.
Scoping the place out, the trio started to let the wine flow as they agreed that club Tassels wasn't actually that bad - until they saw Bethany perform a provocative dance on stage that is.
But while the Platt's may have been distracted trying to avoid eye contact with their young relative, viewers at home were over the moon at seeing a tipsy Audrey.
'Audrey drunk in a lap dancing club has made my night well done #CoronationStreet absolutely priceless,' one amused viewer posted on Twitter.
'Audrey is so funny when She is drunk see you in 30 minutes @itvcorrie #Corrie,' another added.
While another said: 'Audrey, Gail and Sarah in the lap dancing club was genius #Corrie #CoronationStreet @itvcorrie'.
And a fourth said: 'The Platts in a lapdancing club is the funniest thing I've seen in ages. Thank you @itvcorrie #Corrie'.
Another said: 'Audrey at a lap-dancing club is something I never thought I'd see. 2018 is proving to be full of surprises... #CoronationStreet'.
Unfortunately for Bethany, her family's visit didn't sit well with her boss, Lulu, who appeared to be furious and asked Audrey, Gail and Sarah to leave before telling them they could pay for their wine 'on the way out'.
After being sacked from the club, Bethany stormed home to tell the group what they caused and swore that she'll carry on dancing elsewhere.
Coronation Street airs on ITV on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
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