EastEnders fans in hysterics over Kat Slater’s ‘gangster’ plan to make rent

EastEnders icon Kat Slater has teamed up with Albert Square's bad boy Phil Mitchell in a bid to solve her money worries.

Kat (played by Jessie Wallace) was seen in Monday's episode going to Phil (played by Steve McFadden) after her family struggled to keep up to evil landlord Suki Panesar (played by Balvinder Sopal) who keeps raising their rent.

And after Kush Kazemi (played by Davood Ghadami) gambled their home away in a poker game, things have got to critical levels for the Slaters.

In Tuesday night's episode Kat sat down with her family to tell them about her robbery plan with Phil.

With Stacey, Kat, and Kush sitting in the living room the scene kicks off with Stacey asking: "Your idea to get us out of this is a robbery? Are you joking?"

Sitting next to her on the sofa, a stressed Kat replied: "Look, I spent the night talking to that security guard from the job yesterday and he told me how the whole place works.

"He told me when the money is taken from the building and from where."

A confused Stacey asks: "Why would he tell ya that?"

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Kat said: "He was drunk, showing off. Amazing what someone will do once they think they're onto a sure thing."

The leopard print lover went on to tell the family that she had everything from the door codes to alarm codes.

But Kat revealed he didn't give her the codes and instead she cheekily saw him punch them in.

Fans found the whole rather hilarious and rushed to Twitter to share their amusement.

One tweeted: "Can't Kat just claim housing benefit I'm sure would be easier than planning a robbery."

A second wrote: "Kat turning into the female version of Phil here. Gangster. #EastEnders," followed by the laughing emoji.

"Kat wants to do a robbery to pay the rent haha #EastEnders," tweeted another.

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