EastEnders viewers confused as underage characters go out clubbing

The young adults planned a night out


Viewers of EastEnders have been left confused as several 'underage' characters made plans to go out clubbing.

In last night's episode (Thursday February 13 2020) Iqra, Bex and Bobby invited Dotty to join them on a night out along with Habiba, Keegan and Tiffany.

Bex explained they were going to a club in Shoreditch.
Some of the Albert Square residents planned to go on a night out (Credit: BBC iPlayer)

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Later they discussed their plans for the night and Keegan said they should go to a new place in Dalston.

However viewers were quick to point out that some members of the group aren't old enough to get into clubs and bars.

Dotty recently turned 19 and is therefore old enough to go to clubs.

Keegan celebrated his 18th birthday last year, however Bobby only turned 16 in July last year.

Although Tiffany is married, she is still under 18. According to EastEnders fan wiki, her date of birth is February 6 2003, making her 17.

But then again, who hasn't tried to get into clubs when underage?!

Before they went out, Bex found out someone had put a picture of Bobby online with the words "race traitor" over it.
Someone has started posting online abuse aimed at Bobby (Credit: BBC iPlayer)

But who is behind it?

As the teens and young adults headed out, Dotty revealed to Bex and Bobby that she had pills with her.

Although Bobby didn't want to take them, Bex said she was up for it.

Next week, the soap will celebrate it's 35th anniversary and it's set to be dramatic.

Bobby will be left fighting for his life after he's attacked by a gang.
Dotty tells Bex who's behind Bobby's bullying (Credit: ITV)

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Bex witnesses the attack and is left shaken by what she's seen and tells Dotty about what happened.

She is shocked when Dotty tells her she's discovered who is behind Bobby's bullying.

As the information plays on Bex's mind, she struggles with the guilt and is soon sending a text to Bobby's dad Ian, telling him who has been harassing Bobby.

Ian goes to the boat party seeking revenge, but who is he after?

EastEnders airs Monday and Friday at 8pm and Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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