Boxing promoter Dorian threatens Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) in EastEnders, making it obvious that he would stop at nothing to have his way. Sharon is appalled by this and feels betrayed.
Fans will be aware that the former Vic landlady is getting ready to leave Walford for a new life in Abu Dhabi, where she anticipates great economic prospects.
Before she can go, though, Dorian corners her and shows her just how shady he can be when he shows up at the Boxing Den to confront her about not paying for the Pub, Pint, and Fight event.
To Sharon’s dismay, Dorian becomes more menacing as Sharon refuses to pay up. In response, Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters) steps in and uses his influence.
Then Dorian reappears, surrounded by a group of strong guys, and Sharon grabs a baseball bat; to her astonishment, Keanu is there to support her as well.
However, things take a very bad turn when Dorian threatens Sharon, making it obvious that he knows where she and Albie live, and says he will retaliate if she even considers calling the police.
She is horrified to learn that Albie has been abducted. Keanu tells her what happened, saying he turned around in the park for a moment and discovered his son was vanished.
The people of Walford demonstrate their sense of community as they search the neighborhood and the police become involved, starting an inquiry.
When the police question Keanu, he says he believes Dorian is to fault, and Sharon starts to think the same thing.
However, is Dorian the one who actually carried out the kidnapping? Or is there another way to explain what has transpired?
The one to catch is on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Tuesday, October 31 at 7:30 p.m.