Shock scandal in today's Neighbours leaves THIS couple SICKENED
Today's Neighbours sees a scandal so huge that it threatens to ruin the lives of not one, but four, Ramsay Street residents...
Amy Williams and Kyle Canning are left reeling in today's Neighbours when it is revealed their night of passion in a hotel room at Lassiters has been secretly filmed.
Yesterday's Neighbours saw Paul and Terese discover a hidden camera in one of the Lassiters' hotel rooms... and today they vow to get to the bottom of who put it there and whether it has been filming all this time.
With their whole livelihood facing potential ruin if the news that a camera has been filming innocent and unsuspecting guests gets out, the newlyweds agree to keep the information about the secret camera to themselves until they have done some digging.
But when Amy's maintenance work is cancelled at the hotel in today's episode (5.30pm, see our TV Guide for full listings) she is suspicious that something is going on... especially when she later sees a security team entering the hotel.
Amy is quick to quiz her dad and Terese about what is going on, and eventually the pair give in and tell her the truth about the mysterious hidden camera.
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But nothing can prepare Amy and Kyle for the news that the room that was bugged was also the very same room they stayed in recently after Scarlett gifted them a night's stay in Lassiters.
Sickened that someone could have been watching them together, the pair are left reeling about the camera. But while Amy trusts her dad to get to the bottom of who has been filming guests, Kyle is adamant that the police need to be informed.
Knowing that telling the authorities could ruin Terese and Paul's careers, Amy tries to stop Kyle. But he is a man on a mission as he marches into the station.
Will Amy be able to stop him before he ruins the Lassiters name?
And who has been secretly filming guests while they stay at the hotel?
Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5
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