'Kill him off now!' Emmerdale fans disgusted at Aaron Dingle victim blaming Suni and Nicky | The Sun

EMMERDALE fans have been left disgusted at Aaron Dingle over his shameful victim blaming if Suni and Nicky after they were caught up in a horrific homophobic attack.

Fans of the ITV soap opera watched on as Aaron insinuated they only had themselves to blame in a tense moment.

Aaron, who is gay himself, told the pair that they might not have been attacked if they didn't "flaunt" it.

He continued on his cruel streak by shaming the pair for failing to fight back in the brutal attack.

Played by Danny Miller, Aaron seemingly laughed at the lovers for being unable to land one punch on the attackers.

His foolish words did not sit well with his new-found cousin Nicky, played by Lewis Cope, who took a swipe at Aaron as he told him not everything had to be sorted with violence.

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Aaron replied: "I'm just saying, if you can't defend yourself, maybe you shouldn't attract attention to yourself."

Trying to brush off Aaron's useless input into the conversation, Nicky lightened the mood once again with another quip at Aaron as he remarked: "Thanks for that very helpful insight."

It led Emmerdale viewers to blast Aaron for his shocking words.

The troubled character has been nothing but wicked since his second return in the space of a year with Aaron continually taking aim at those closest to him and being generally nasty with his latest show of victim-blaming coming as no surprise.

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However, fans were left reeling more than usual that it was another gay character in the village who was victim-shaming them.

They took to X – formerly Twitter – to slam Aaron with many fans calling for him to be axed for good and in the most brutal of manners with a sudden killing off.

In a Tweet replying to actor Danny's now-deleted Twitter account, one fan raged: "Kill him off now!"

Someone else fumed: "Victim blaming, f*** off Aaron!"

Another blasted the character as they wrote: "I'm tired of the excuses, Aaron is an absolute a******e."

Before a third said: "God Aaron has become utterly unbearable."

As a fourth added: "Wondering when/what Aaron's big road to Damascus moment's gonna be or is he gonna be a nasty scumbag forever."

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