Flowers For Shane

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This afternoon.

Clondalkin, Dublin 22.

Flowers left outside Newlands Cross Crematorium, where a Hindu funeral is taking place for Shane O’Connor, the son of musicians Sinead O’Connor and Donal Lunny, who died over the weekend aged 17.






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17 thoughts on “Flowers For Shane

    1. TenPin Terry

      Phew, police have managed to make contact with her and are heading off to hospital.
      Worried there for a few moments.

      1. just millie

        Broadsheet, correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought that this individual had been banned, or at the very least kittened. Has the position on this changed?

        1. Papi

          Favours of a sexual and gross nature were exchanged in the Dawson toilets the night of broadsheet Christmas drinks.

        2. johnny

          …while studying modern Buddhism the enlightened teacher told this story,a monk who was on his journey had attracted many followers,all of who were devoted and hung on his every word,did everything they could to please him,except the cook who stole,cheated,lied and drank.The other followers all complained to the monk,who finally explained that the cook was the kindest of them all as he thought them kindness,forgiveness,patience and tolerance.

          (its really about you not the other poster)

  1. Ian-oG

    This must be such a horrific time for her and her family and her boys father Donal.

    I hope they might one day find some peace amidst all this.


    I see she has announced she is OK but lets hope her loved ones can rally around her at this dark time.

  2. Nullzero

    All seems a bit voyeuristic. Surely there’s an argument to be made for people’s privacy in these situations.

    1. jonjoker

      I thought so too, until I understood the situation.
      It seems that someone is/was seriously and rightly concerned for Sinéad, thankfully.

      1. George

        Except the tweets she choose to delete are still up on twitter because he reposted them and didn’t delete them afterwards.

          1. Janet, dreams of sleep

            I wish I hadn’t read those, feels far too personal and raw that pain, may she find peace

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