A teenager has been arrested after a rock was thrown at a window of one of Dublin's most iconic gay bars.
It happened on the eve of the Pride Festival, which is taking place in the city today.
A rock with homophobic language was thrown at the window of Pantibar on Capel Street at around 11pm last night.
Nobody was injured.
A brick thrown through Pantibar's window just now. No one hurt.
It says in Irish "FAIRIES (fags) OUT OF IRELAND"
But we are Ireland
Happy Pride everyone. It's going to be a great day tomorrow, full of Irish love and queer joy.
Be thankful for it, cos some people have neither pic.twitter.com/AQe2YwXpvY
— Dr Panti Bliss (@PantiBliss) June 29, 2018
A short time later, gardaí arrested a boy in his late teens in connection with the incident.
He was questioned at Store Street Garda Station.
He has since been released without charge, and a file is being prepared for the DPP.