Emmerdale serial killer Meena Jutla has dropped a huge hint that her murderous days are far from over.
She made a shocking statement during the Friday's (April 15) of the ITV soap.
Meena's latest villainous act has left the dales in shock, after she held the court hostage – including her sister Manpreet – with the incident making news headlines.
Described as "chaotic scenes" by news reporters, Meena could be seen watching TV in her prison cell while awaiting sentencing for her crimes, with the reporter saying: "Three young victims lost their life due to Jutla and the village will never be the same again."
However, after her TV cable was cut by the prison guard when Meena shouted at her, the serial killer then made a statement which teased she has more plans to continue her reign of terror.
After screaming "Get me a TV," at the prison guard, she was told that she had "a lot to learn" about prison life.
Undeterred, Meena paused and smiled wickedly, before walking slowly towards the guard as she said: "Who needs telly, it's all up here.
"So many lovely memories, and so many more just waiting to be made, starting tomorrow with the whole world watching," before biting menacingly at the prison guard.
The disturbing scene seems to indicate that Meena may be plotting one last murder before she is sentenced – with viewers left wondering who may be her next victim, and what she is plotting next after the disturbing scene.
With Meena taking Manpreet hostage on the stand in the court and threatening to kill her sister unless the court attendees sat down in Thursday's (April 14) episode, could Meena be plotting to carry out her wicked plan to murder Manpreet once and for all?
If so, will Meena escape her jail cell to carry out her plan? Or will she be sentenced before she has a chance to carry out the murder?
Viewers will have to wait and see – but it seems this might not be the last we will see of Meena Jutla.
Emmerdale airs weekdays on ITV at 7.30pm
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