One of Dublin's best known publicans is walking a marathon in his garden this bank holiday weekend to raise money for MS Ireland and as a tribute to his late brother.
Tyrone man Mick Quinn part-owned venues like Toner's Bar and The Lansdowne Hotel with his brother Frank.
Frank passed away from cancer last month.
Along with two other siblings, Frank and Mick were the first brothers to run The New York Marathon back in 1980.
They ran the marathon again 30 years later, and have raised thousands for good causes over the years.
Mick's latest plan for a marathon in his garden for charity has so far raised over €13,000 on GoFundMe, and says he hopes it'll be €30,000 when he finishes on Monday.
He said: "A letter appeared in the post from MS Ireland, thanking Frank for all the work and help and money he'd raised over the last 25-30 years.
"When I looked at the letter, I said we're now in lockdown and there's not much we can to do.
"I said to myself the best thing I could do is run a marathon... I looked out the window and said there's the answer... I'll do it in the back garden."
Mick will be walking the 26.2 miles in his garden across Saturday, Sunday and Monday.