EastEnders fans point out disturbing Tina death plot hole in latest episode

EastEnders fans have pointed out a potential plot hole in Tina Carter's gruesome death in the latest episode.

Monday's episode of the ITV soap saw Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) visit the recently exploded Argee Bhajee.

Having previously buried Tina's body there, the anxious serial killer posed as an insurance broker for the restaurant in order to look inside the premises and question a builder about the plans to restore it.

Grey was then informed that the builders would 'strip the place right back' and "rip the floor up", with Gray looking nervously through the floorboards to where Tina's body is allegedly stashed below.

While Gray fretted, EastEnders viewers had trouble believing that a rotting body has been residing for over a year beneath the restaurant without anybody smelling it – and posting to Twitter, they shared their complaints.

One viewer wrote: "Are you telling me it doesn't smell so bad in there? You'd think there wasn't a decaying body lol."

Another commented: "The Argee Bhagee. Where rotting dead bodies don't smell."

A third said: "Surely without sounding disturbing the place would smell by now with a body below the floor?"

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