Does he ever learn his lesson? Love rat Paul Brennan is at it again on Fair City
*WARNING* contains spoliers.
It looks like Fair City love rat Paul Brennan will never learn his lesson.
Just a week after trying it on with Farrah to no end, the Carrigstown lothario is back to his old tricks and sets his sights on Hayley in tonight's episode.
Hayley arrives into work in the same clothes as the night before. Paul and Decco notice this and question her about her night. As Decco exits the room Hayley taunts Paul by changing her top in front of him, knowing he can't resist looking at her.
After much encouragement from Hayley, Paul eventually gives into temptation and follows her back to her office where she is working late.
One thing leads to another and the pair end up locked in a passionate kiss that is sure to send sparks flying over Carrigstown.
Unbeknownst to the pair, Hughie has also been working late. Just as he is about to leave he hears a noise and peers through the boardroom window where he sees Paul and Hayley together.
"Hayley always has her eyes on the prize. If she wants something she's not afraid to go after it - and right now she wants Paul," actress Rebecca Grimes, who plays Hayley, said.
"Hayley looks out for herself first and foremost. She's a smart business woman and she knows how useful Paul could be to her."
"I love playing Hayley, as I never know what's coming next," Rebecca added.
Paul locked lips with former flame Nicola earlier this year when she was in Carrigstown.
His indiscretions could spell the end of his marriage to Niamh if she discovers the truth of what he has been up to.
Elsewhere, tensions are heating up between Oisin and Zumo after Oisin tells him he won't be able to get the money he owes him.
In an effort to get Zumo the money, Oisin tries to break into the safe in The Pod but he realises Rachel has changed the code.
As Paul continues to push Oisin for the truth, Oisin lies about Zumo's brother Denzo's involvement, but Paul's suspicions continue to grow. Later Paul calls to the Bishops' house with €1,500 and tells Zumo to take it or leave it.
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