Do You Drive A Dublin Taxi? [Update]




Was this clobber in your cab?

Jonny Snake writes:

“I know you don’t normally do this… but I lost my grey/silver suitcase, with black zip, measuring 60” tall and containing a stage costume for an 80s tribute rock band. The contents are of no value to anyone bar Jonny Snake – lead singer of Germany’s best-loved, snake-related rock band: Snakes of Desire.
“The suitcase was left in the boot of a taxi, we were picked up from the Leopardstown Inn [Leopardstown, Co Dublin] at 1:30am Sunday morning and driven to Club ’92 (Leopardstown Racecourse). The driver was in his late 40s / early 50s, he was a local man from Ballybrack [Co Dublin] and I think he drove a silver taxi. I’ve called the Garda Stations that deal with lost and found and called all the local taxi firms in the area, all to no avail. Maybe one of your readers has seen a taxi driver going about his day wearing the Jonny Jacket and red spandex?…”


Jonny Snake writes:

“A giant Germanic thumbs up to Dave the taxi driver who returned my suitcase with it’s Rocklore Clobber, right to the door of mein Haüs. Danke schön…”

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16 thoughts on “Do You Drive A Dublin Taxi? [Update]

  1. Tarfton Clax

    Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. The Rock must not DIe! By the Power of the Mullet! All Praise to thre Freedom haircut. All power to the Snakes!

  2. Spud

    Try phoning either the Leap Inn or Club 92?
    Hopefully the taxi driver will have left it into one of either venues.
    God speed Jonny!

  3. whaddayaNuts!

    @JimC I didn’t use Hailo, as the cab was waiting out fron and @Spud, called them all (Lep Inn and Club 92), no joy.

  4. JimC

    Might be worth hanging around Lep Inn same time next Sunday morning as taximan is pretty likely to have similar hours.

    1. whaddayaNuts!

      Aye JimC – if it doesn’t show up by then that’s what will have to be done. I shall sing and wail the Winds of Change till my klothing returns

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