Ivan and Chris take a look at the morning papers... and conclude you should keep to your normal routines if you win the lotto
"I didn't win the lotto, I just missed mass" is the Breakfast's duo's favourite headline today.
The Irish Daily Mail has a really funny piece, on page 11, about the rumours that were flying around Belmullet, Co Mayo yesterday about who the mystery weekend lotto winner there might be.
Plumber Adrian Kilker was missing from mass on Sunday, sparking rumours that he might be the winner.
The Mail tracked him down... at work - which proved it wasn't him who scooped the jackpot.
On the front pages:
The Irish Independent has a picture of a colourful schools basketball team in glorious celebration.
They are leading with: "Kelly firmly rules out Lowry support, as Burton flounders" on comments from the Labour party.
The Irish Examiner: "Fine Gael TDs issue warning on Lowry pact".
"New Limerick crime lord 'one of the biggest drugs figures outside of Dublin'."
The Irish Times has an image of one of the garda frogmen at the scene of the search for Kenneth O'Brien murder case clues in Co Kildare.
Their top news story: "Emergency care waiting times the worst in Europe".
Also in the Times "Points rise likely as CAO applications set to reach a new high."
The Herald and The Sun have the same story.
The Herald has: "Criminal Kieran 'the wolf' Ducie is being investigated by the gardaí after he allegedly fled the scene of a car accident, which left a model in hospital. This is reported to have happened in Kilmessan in Meath!".
The Sun: "The wolf cheats death in jeep crash", and a picture of an upturned jeep.
Otherwise, all the tabloids have the story of the Kenneth O'Brien murder investigation.
The Mirror: "Confirmation - Labour's election payback €10 billion".
The Irish Daily Mail the people of Littleton in Co Tipperary have been besieged by burglars and criminals: "Drones spying on our homes."
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