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Last week viewers watched the mysterious boss of the organised crime gang misspell 'definitely' while talking via an online chat to John Corbett.
And while many thought it was simply a spelling blunder, when Ted Hastings typed 'definitely' with an A during a police hack in Line of Duty on Sunday, fans were left convinced the AC-12 Superintendent was in fact villain H.
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However others theorised Hastings, played by Adrian Dunbar, had placed Lisa McQueen as an undercover officer and was using the misspelling as a code word.
During episode four, police managed to infiltrate 'H''s computer and had prepared a series of responses in keeping with the notorious gang leader's vocabulary.
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But Kate Fleming and Steve Arnott were left surprised when Ted decided to ignore the pre-composed answers to tell Lisa and John to 'bring it to a close'.
During the exchange, Ted typed: 'We pulled off the biggest robbery in years. We all want to see a profit from it. We need to get the goods out of the country. Safe passage to a port.
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'I can definately pull the right strings. We have to rely from out help from the friends in blue.'
'I need you to bring all this to a close.'
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The misspelling trended on Twitter, as thousands shared their disbelief that Ted, who dots the I's and crosses the T's, could be the supervillain.
One wrote on Twitter: Mother. Of. God not Ted. No, not our Hastings. I ‘definately’ can’t cope with this show.'
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Another added: 'I refuse to believe Ted...
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