A Cork Taximan Called Coffey



David Fallon writes:

I know you don’t usually do this… but I arrived in Cork today on my honeymoon and seem to have stupidly left my phone in a taxi driven by a gent named Tim/or Paul Pio Coffey.

He picked us up at the train station in the city, and dropped us to the Imperial Hotel [South Mall] If this message gets to him and he can reunite my with my (‘my job’s) phone, I’d be a happy, hairy little camper…


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13 thoughts on “A Cork Taximan Called Coffey

  1. Shayna

    Hey, it may be okay. I left my work phone in Reims (under the bed) the hotel phoned my office in London – posted it off -all good! Hope you’re as lucky! Corkonians are great – you’ll get your phone.

  2. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I was drunk one night and fell asleep with someone else’s phone in my orifice.
    It’s a Nokia so I presume it still works as normal.

    -If you send me €5 I’ll remove it and return it.
    Otherwise call me and I’ll pay you €10/month to keep calling me.

  3. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    You can buy new trousers nowadays… I invented them…
    It looks like you didn’t 5hit yourself when you know you did, you pussy.
    I could sell them on my website and make loads of money…
    (if I had a website…. Whatever… And how come your sister and your mother work in a fish factory if y’all live in Longford? Something doesn’t smell right…)

  4. Jonny Lucey

    I personally know David Fallon and he is a con artist with no moral fibre whatsoever. This will be some paltry effort to direct ownerless mobile phones into his sickly possession. Beware David Fallon.

    P.S Enjoy the honeymoon man – love to Annie :)

  5. Daithi

    Somehow I knew you’d find me here…

    Those Cork bays are well friendly, like.

    Keep truckin’, handsome and keep in touch.

  6. Daithi

    Guys, got it back thanks to the wonderful people at the Imperial, police station, PSV office and not least Mr Coffey the driver.

    Thanks a million for posting.

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