Coronation Street fans spot something VERY wrong with Paul Foreman's wheelchair amid new health battle | The Sun

EAGLE-EYED Coronation Street viewers have pointed out something very unusual about Paul Foreman and his health battle on the show.

Paul's health has been deteriorating at a rapid speed on the ITV soap but it appeared that the writers have forgotten about a certain detail of his condition.

Ahead of his upcoming wedding, Paul has been doing all he can to remain positive despite being aware of what's to come as a result of his Motor Neurone Disease diagnosis.

The death of new pal Shelley rocked him to the core and he has been attempting to put a brave face on ever since.

But fans have been left astounded that Peter Ash's character is able to use his wheelchair on his own despite losing the ability to use his hand.

The hand problems were where it began for Paul at the start of the year and he has been unable to use them properly since.

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Dee Dee Bailey, played by award-winning actress Channique Sterling-Brown, even bought Paul some gloves to help with wheelchair scrapes to his hands.

However, fans have been left unconvinced that Paul would be able to get around safely just on his own without the use of one of his hands.

Pointing out the inconsistencies, one viewer fumed: "How come Paul can use BOTH hands to use his wheelchair!? But he can’t use both for everyday tasks now #corrie."

Another was left raging: "So Paul has enough strength and skill in his hands and arms to self-propel his wheelchair then? I thought they were in trouble too?! #Corrie."

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Before a third chimed in to add: "So how come Paul has suddenly regained all the strength back in his right arm? #Corrie." 

It became all that some fans could talk about as they filled the show's Instagram account with messages about his arm.

One wrote underneath a post: "Paul’s right arm is miraculously working."

Before a second said: "Lol Paul can move his both hand his wheelchair, notice that."

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