Money Heist has become one of the most popular web series of Netflix. The latest instalment of Money Heist concluded as the team declared war following the shocking death of Nairobi (played by Alba Flores).
Meanwhile, the criminal mastermind the Professor (Álvaro Morte) is held at gunpoint by the erratic former Inspector Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri). The team took on one of the most challenging heists the world has ever seen, in the first instalment of the show when they robbed the Royal Mint of Spain.
The third and fourth instalment of the show had the viewers sitting on the edge of their seats when the Professor revealed the second stage of his master plan, hitting the Bank of Spain. Unfortunately, the gang’s first assignment already granted them some unwanted notoriety and the Spanish Police sent everything they’ve got to stop the second heist.
One observant fan of Money Heist exposed a glaring plot hole involving the show’s protagonist and narrator, Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó). The fan took to Twitter after realizing that Tokyo should have been apprehended long before the events of Money Heist’s latest season.
The fan posted: “Tokyo, already wanted nationally way before the Mint heist, now internationally recognised, walks around police and military operations wearing no face coverings. She walks into the governor’s office showing her face, and no one suspects anything? After the Professor already threatened and confirmed another heist!”
The Professor’s team is usually seen wearing a red jumpsuit and the show’s iconic face mask to hide their identities. However, Tokyo abandons the signature look when she goes undercover to infiltrate the Bank of Spain in Part Three.
With Tokyo’s face now plastered all over Spanish Police records, she can’t carry out the second Heist without being caught. In general, the latest two instalments of Money Heist also received complaints about being even more unrealistic compared to season one.
Another fan pointed out: “They are robbing the Bank of Spain, not just a random bank. Their reserves are there plus the state secrets and they only let the police handle it?”
Well, as much as people loved Money Heist, these plot holes cannot go unnoticed. Do you feel the same?