Drinking is part of the craic at a rugby game and shouldn't change.
That's according to Newstalk Breakfast host Shane Coleman, who was responding to a new IRFU survey.
It found almost seven-in-10 people (68%) would not support a ban on alcohol during rugby matches at the Aviva Stadium.
That number rises to 74% when the likely negative impact of such a move is explained.
Only one-in-four (25%) felt people getting up and coming back with drinks during a game greatly diminished their experience of it.
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Shane said it is all part of the experience.
"A sizeable percentage of people who go to rugby internationals aren't that interested in the game," he said.
"Let's be honest about it: it's an occasion.
"They go for the craic and having a few pints during the game is part of that.
"It won't change", he added.
Ciara Kelly, however, disagreed.
"I think that is extremely snippy of you," she replied.
"I think you actually have an inverse snobbery about rugby.
"I think you refer to internationals as friendlies, I think you refer to the fans as if they're not true fans - like soccer and GAA - and I don't think it's fair.
"I think, of course there are real rugby fans who go and are dying to see the match.”
"I think it would no different in soccer or GAA: they don't sell alcohol during the games, so they can't do it."
Ciara said the comparison is not a fair one.
"You're not comparing like-with-like, because they don't sell alcohol at the other ones," she said.
"I don't necessarily think that is a particularly fair thing.
"I also think this isn't just a reflection on rugby fans, I think this is a reflection on Ireland.
"People like to go to events and have a drink, and I think that is what this is a reflection on to a large extent," she added.
Over 740 supporters over the age of 18 were surveyed before and after the Bank of Ireland Autumn Nations Series matches against South Africa and Australia for the survey.