Gary Meneely, in The Irish Sun, reports:

Whiplash politician Alan Farrell played a football game during the period he claimed he suffered pain from injuries following a minor car prang.

Fine Gael’s Alan Farrell played football match while taking claim for injuries in minor Dublin car crash (Gary Meneely, The Irish Sun)

Previously: Whiplash Away

19 thoughts on “Uh Oh

  1. Pip

    I think the word is EFFRONTERY.
    Used by a seasoned BBC person about the general behaviour of politicians.

    1. Pip

      Yes. Let ’em at it.
      Proper public service, in a funny and ironic way.
      What a bunch. Unintended consequences?

  2. paul

    didn’t he get a payout? Would love to see a few questions put to him by his insurance company. See how ‘fraud’ sits on his bank account and criminal record.

      1. paul

        it’s like someone getting acquitted of a crime in court and then bragging about having actually done it afterward. How does that work out? Who knows.

  3. newsjustin

    Which one is he?

    Is he the one the other fella (also a politician?) is carefully holding his head and shoulders on?

  4. bisted

    …apparently, Maria Baillie is back chairing the Housing Committee this morning…looks like she has been exonerated by Leo…

      1. Scundered

        Tried to commit a fraudulent crime, therefore shouldn’t be given any position of authority, that much should be obvious.

  5. won't you join too

    Alan *Neymar* Farrell.
    Neymar has been labelled a “cheat” and a “disgrace” by BBC pundit and ex-Celtic and Chelsea striker Chris Sutton.

  6. Str8bath

    Fair enough. What harm did he do to anyone?
    People throwing the word “fraud” around need to cop on

    1. millie st murderlark

      Yeah. People need to take a long hard look at the meaning of the word ‘fraud’.


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