Bake Off spoilers see chaos unfold as one contestant mischievously steals another’s dough

As eager viewers tune in to watch the second episode of the latest series of The Great British Bake Off, chaos is set to unfold as one contestant mischievously steals another's dough.

In the episode set to air on Tuesday 3 October, the bakers are tackling their next challenge in Biscuit Week, and it appears one contestant has made a cheeky error.

In the sneak peek, the contestants are seen facing "sticky" and technical situations, as well as a "mind bending illusion showstopper".

The preview also shows Rowan, a student from West Yorkshire, heading to the fridge to find that his dough he had made is missing.

Looking confused, Rowan turns to his fellow contestant Cristy, who he was sharing the fridge with, and says: "Cristy, have you used my biscuit dough?"

Cristy heads over to the fridge before letting out a huge gasp and putting her hands to her face. How they manage to work their way around the sticky situation will be shown on tonight's show.

This second episode of the show will follow after Amos, 43, from north London, became the first to leave the series after failing to impress the judges with his final bake.

Kicking off the new series with cake week, the contestants were tasked with baking a signature vertical layer cake, a chocolate cake in the technical challenge, and a sponge showstopper.

Following his exit, Amos said that walking into the white tent on the grounds of Welford Park in Newbury was a “dream”, and described himself as being part of an “exclusive club”.

Last week's episode also marked Alison Hammond's first time presenting the show where she was seen celebrating her first "time call" before she announced that the bakers were half-way through their allotted time to complete their first challenge.

Speaking about Alison's first time presenting the show, judge Prue Leith told OK! "Well, Alison says she was nervous when she arrived, but she absolutely didn’t look it. She was like a duck to water.

"She knew it was a job she could do and that she would do well and so, within seconds, she was terrific and taking the lead.

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