EastEnders fans saw Callum “Halfway” Highway’s (played by Tony Clay) brother Stuart (Ricky Champ) arrive in Walford earlier this week.
Stuart turned up and began to tell the Carters that Halfway has been lying to them ever since he returned from the army, even trying to push Halfway out of the Vic.
However, in upcoming scenes, Stuart will get into a spot of trouble at the Vic.
As Donna Yates (Lisa Hammond) and Hayley Slater (Katie Jarvis) argue, Robbie (Dean Gaffney) will step in to defend his friend Donna.
Hayley throws a drink at Robbie, but as he retaliates, Stuart will end up in the crossfire and the pair come to blows.
New spoiler photos show Stuart drenched in beer as Donna and Hayley look on in horror.
The next snap shows Robbie and Stuart in a tussle, with Stuart grasping Robbie in a tight headlock.
Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) can be seen watching over proceedings, but will he step in and break up the fight?
Could this argument and fight in the pub form part of Donna’s exit storyline?
Actress Lisa announced last month that her character will be leaving Albert Square later this year.
The 39-year-old was originally introduced to EastEnders in April 2014 and has worked on the market stall for the past four years.
Lisa revealed she will be leaving the BBC soap to “embark on new projects”.
She said: “It’s been so great to play Donna for the past four years.
“I’ve made lifelong friends at EastEnders and will really miss all of the brilliant cast and crew who have always been a pleasure to work with!
“I look forward to what the future brings,” reported Metro.co.uk.
An EastEnders spokesperson added: “We can confirm Lisa will be leaving EastEnders in the coming months.
“Lisa has been a fantastic addition to the cast and she will be missed. We wish her all the very best for the future.”
Other characters that have bowed out of the soap already this year include Johnny Carter (Ted Reilly) and Joyce Murray (Maggie Steed).
It has also been reported that actor Danny will be taking some time away from the soap next year after securing a theatre role.
He will be appearing in The Dumb Waiter and a Slight Ache alongside Martin Freeman at the Harold Pinter theatre. Express.co.uk has contacted the BBC for comment.