The number of cases of people having public sex on Dollymount strand has allegedly increased.
According to the Irish Examiner, details of "weird" and "suspicious" men have been noted in logbooks by the Dollymount's lifeguards.
The Chair of Dublin City Council's Planning Committee intends to address the issue at the next meeting.
Mr de Róiste said: "Operation Irene is in place right across Dublin to target anti-social behaviour in our parks and on our beaches. It's obviously failed here and I do think we need to be raising this at the next committee to be looking for updates.
"It's not good enough for ordinary Dubliners going out to use the beaches, whether it's on walks etc, and coming across drug paraphernalia and things like that."
They have also seen an increase in underage drinking and people being pricked by needles.