SPOILER ALERT: Coronation Street's Sally Webster catches Frank Foster cheating on her with Catherine Tate's sidekick
After standing by her man through thick but mostly thin, Sally Webster is about to see a different side to Frank Foster.
The blonde haired mother-of-two, played by Sally Dynevor, is set to have her heart broken by the factory boss, played by Andrew Lancel, next week on Coronation Street.
She has had to endure weeks of abuse from the residents of Weatherfield when it emerged that she had been dating the man accused of raping Carla Connor, but it seems that Frank has been finding comfort in the arms of another.
Slow down: Sally Webster tries to barge into Frank Foster's home when she suspects him of cheating on her
It emerges that Sally has been suspecting Mr Foster has been seeing someone behind her back and the nosy neighbour decides to investigate her womanly intuition.
After knocking on his front door and asking him who he has been entertaining a surprised Frank attempts to weasel his way out of it.
Webster doesn't stand for any of his excuses and tries to force her way into his home to see for herself but Frank blocks the doorway and prevents her for crossing the threshold.
Knock knock: Frank stops his current flame from entering his home but Sally makes enough noise for his guest to hear
Fight night: Frank's new love, played by Niky Wardley, jumps in and confronts Sally on the doorstep
Unfortunately for the scheming Foster, his other woman hears the commotion and emerges from the front room.
The new love interest will be a familiar face to viewers as she is played by Catherine Tates former sidekick Niky Wardley.
Niky appeared in The Catherine Tate Show as Lauren Cooper's equally attitude filled best friend Liese Jackson and is set to put Sally in her place when the two characters go head to head.
The newcomer: Niky used to be in The Catherine Tate Show and will be in Weatherfield next week
Andrew, who plays Frank, revealed this week that he loved filming the court scenes that he has starred in and really enjoyed being in the dock.
The actor, 41, who is also known for
his role as DI Neil Manson who he played in The Bill for seven years,
said: 'It was brilliant. I have always wanted to do a big court room
'I did hundreds of trial-y things in The Bill but I've never been in the dock before. But it was great.
Bad girl: Niky, right, stands with Catherine Tate and Matt Horne in her most recognisable role