Tonight.

At Tesco in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

Ian Begley tweetz:

People have completely wiped Tesco in Blanchardstown clean of its water. They’d rather die of thirst than drink sparkling!

UPDATE:

Ian addz:

New delivery of water just came into Tesco in Blanch. Being snatched up fast!

One woman in Tesco just asked ‘How many bottles would it take to fill my bath?’

Boil water notice issued for people living in parts of Dublin, Kildare and Meath (RTÉ)

10 thoughts on “Boiling Point

  1. Anton Chigurh

    Dublin airport affected also; restaurants, airline catering, staff canteens, inflight ice… could be awkward.

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  2. Dhaughton99

    God forbid that they might actually boil a kettle of water then let it cool down. Can you imagine if there was a real crisis in the country other than boil notices or some snow?

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  3. Gabby

    Look on the bright side: they haven’t run out of loaves of bread.Dublin will survive a blizzard, but a drought is another matter.

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  4. Janet, I ate my Avatar

    lads there’s antibiotic resistant e coli in the water table at all times in Dublin, always boil your water

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