Gardaí Called To Irish Rail Service Due To 'Anti-Social Behaviour'

By James Fenton

November 11, 2018 at 2:20pm

Gardaí Called To Irish Rail Service Due To 'Anti-Social Behaviour'

Irish Rail has stated that Gardaí were called to its 11.05 Sligo to Connolly service today due to anti-social behaviour.

The train stopped at Kilcock while awaiting Gardaí and has been delayed 45 minutes as a result. Other services have also been affected.

Despite the serious nature of the situation, one passenger on board only had one thing on his mind...

There's always one.

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