EastEnders fans spotted a major blunder in Monday night’s episode when Kush Kazemi was hired as E20’s new bouncer.
After desperately pleading with Mel Owen to give him a job, Kush was working on the door of the club within minutes.
Kush had a rocky first night to say the least, with a troublesome group of Essex lads causing two separate punch ups that left Jack Branning and Martin Fowler with injuries.
But that wasn’t what annoyed EastEnders viewers, who pointed out that Mel had broken the law by hiring Kush.
The club manager didn’t do any background checks, Kush received no training and didn’t appear to have any licensing or accreditation.
Mel probably needs to have a look at her bizarre hiring policy, as Kush’s job interview consisted of him choosing her outfit for that evening.
Kush, who wanted to raise the cash to move to Dubai, was asked to pick between a red dress and a suit.
"If I get it right do I get the job," asked Kush, who was forced to decide between "power or provocative".
The stall owner looked worried after opting for the dress, but was surprised to discover he had been given the job.
"That’s no way to talk to your boss," said Mel, who offered Kush a trial on the club’s door.
To prove it wasn’t a joke, Mel confirmed that he wouldn’t still be standing in her office if he had picked the wrong outfit.
EastEnders viewers took to Twitter to blast the scenes.
One viewer said: "So Kush got a job straight away to be a bouncer when did he get a SIA Licence and where is is badge and yellow bang on wrist #EastEnders #Kush ?
"Hard as I tried I didn’t spot Kush’s SIA accreditation badge #bogusbouncer," added another.
A third agreed: "So Mel hires Kush as a bouncer, and he starts 10 mins later. So much for the bouncers licensing laws!! Background checks training accreditation etc all bypassed"
*EastEnders airs tonight on BBC One at 7.30pm
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