The filth and the fury: shocked shoppers react to the ‘nether garments of hate’ in Dundrum Town centre this afternoon
‘Dunnie Mummy’ writes:
Despite outrage over the past 24 hours, I see the ‘too sexy’ lingerie posters [advertising Agent Provocateur outside House of Fraser] are STILL UP terrifying adults and children alike…Won’t someone stop this FILTH now!
Meanwhile, last night…
lingerie photos as we get it.
Dundrum Garda Station, Dublin
The Irish Times reports:
A sportsman has been questioned and released after being arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault in Dublin last month.
He was arrested by appointment at Dundrum Garda station on Thursday night. Gardaí also took DNA samples from the man with his consent.
The alleged assault happened on the night of December 9th or early the next morning, when a complaint was made to gardaí. The woman has since made a formal statement to investigators, on foot of which the man was arrested.
Sportsman arrested over alleged sex assault in Dublin (Conor Gallagher, Ronan McGreevy, The Irish Times)
Pic: Mahoney Architecture
At the junction of Wyckham Way and Sandyford Road in Dundrum.
Gary Byrne writes:
“Dundrum – avoid as roads closed.”
Near Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 16
The first breakfast of March at a make shift camp of tents where a number of homeless people, including, pic 3, from left: Christian Clarke, Michael Somers, Josh Brophy , Wayne Peear and dog ‘Frank’, have been living for the last year and a half.
Yesterday: ’20 Empty Homes Per Each Homeless Family’
Meanwhile, Next Door
Some DVDs in ‘Blu- Ray’!
HMV in Dundrum Shopping Centre, Dublin being restocked in advance of the store’s reopening on Saturday.
It’s the future, dude.
Thanks Con Kennedy
The lovely old one?
How can we put this.
Taney Hill, Dundrum, Co Dublin, this morning.
Former location of that house.
Thanks Kevin Whitty
“Two Dundrum owners”, eh?
Chrysler 300C (DoneDeal)
Thanks Cathal O’Rourke
One of the Bat props from The Dark Knight Rises at Stephen’s Green, Dublin before heading to Dundrum Town Square this morning.
(Pix: Steven Menton/Oisin)