Fans of the television show Home and Away discovered a really intriguing hidden feature in Monday’s program.
It happened when Justin Morgan (James Stewart) implored Rose Delaney (Kirtsy Marillier) for assistance in locating his kidnapped daughter Ava (Annabel Wolfe).
Although the new cop didn’t have any lines throughout the action, viewers quickly picked up on something quite intriguing about his name badge.
It said “A. Rosetta,” which undoubtedly alludes to Angelo Rosetta, who was portrayed by Luke Jacobz from 2008 to 2011.
Also, he appeared as a special guest in February 2020 as he looked into Ross Nixon’s slaying (Justin Rosniak).
Home and Away fans spotted a very interesting hidden detail on Monday night’s episode. The moment occurred when character Justin Morgan begged policewoman Rose Delaney (right) for help to find his daughter
During the scene, viewers were introduced to a new policeman, and while he didn’t have any lines, they were quick to notice something very interesting about his name badge
One viewer said in a Facebook group for fans that they thought the new policeman was related to Angelo.
Some, though, believed that the makers had reused previous items and didn’t expect the audience would notice.
Georgie Parker, a member of the ensemble, recently revealed she will be departing the program for a while in order to follow her goals of becoming a stage actress.
The popular character (pictured) was played by Luke Jacobz, and he was on the show from 2008 to 2011
The actress reiterated on Tuesday that her leave was simply temporary and that she has no intention of leaving the serial opera.
She will be absent from the soap opera for seven weeks starting in August.
The actress will appear in the play Rhinestone Rex and Miss Monica. She first joined the soap opera in 2010 to take Justine Clarke’s place as Ruth “Roo” Stewart.
Georgie claimed it was fortunate that production cut her from scripts so she could pursue other creative endeavors.
Cast member Georgie Parker (pictured) recently announced she is leaving the show for an extended break to pursue her theatre dreams