Corrie fans baffled by Tim in hilarious Sally anniversary scene

By Jessica Sansome

Tim Metcalfe left Coronation Street viewers baffled during latest scenes.

Fans watched on Monday night as the cab driver sat down for a fancy breakfast with wife Sally to celebrate their wedding anniversary.

After tucking into salmon and eggs and sipping on champagne, Sally had viewers in stitches as she remind him that 12 months had passed since Tim was outed as a bigamist.

Undeterred by his wife's slight dig, Tim excitedly presented Sally with her anniversary card.

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But she quickly ruined his gesture as she instead picked up a letter from the council.

As viewers know, Sally has made it her mission to encourage the local council to implement resident parking permits as cars keeping appearing on the cobbles.

Pushing Tim's card to the side, Sally opens a letter about the council reconsidering her proposal.

She then ditches her hubby to get back to work with the help of traffic warden Fergus.

Sally made a hilarious dig at Tim (ITV)

But Tim was miffed with his wife when she opened his card, only to look at the front and say, 'Aw'.

And Corrie viewers were quick to mock Tim, after confessing how much he spent on the card.

"Has Tim not heard of card factory? Fiver for a card??" one commented.

Another said: "Tim got robbed. £5 for a card? #Corrie."

"Oh sally lmao poor Tim his card was a fiver. She wasn't interested #Corrie," a third shared.

Sally was too preoccupied to care about Tim's card (ITV)

A fourth added: "That card cost a fiver? Where did you buy it? Harrods? #Corrie #coronationstreet."

"A fiver for a anniversary card bloody hell Tim that's expensive #Corrie," another said.

Later, Tim's anniversary plans were ruined further when Sally brought Fergus along for their anniversary meal at the Bistro.

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