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"It was like a tsunami had come down the street & left all the rubbish behind"

Large crowds gathered in cities around the country at the weekend as we were blessed with sunny w...

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13.31 31 May 2021


"It was like a tsunami had come down the street & left all the rubbish behind"


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13.31 31 May 2021


Large crowds gathered in cities around the country at the weekend as we were blessed with sunny weather.  

Some of the gatherings have been criticised with Tony Holohan describing the scenes on Dublin’s South William Street as a ‘major open-air party’.

Are you worried about such large crowds of revelers gathering? What do you think about the mess that is left behind? 

Andrea spoke with John Collins the owner of Laduree patisserie on South William Street and many listeners sharing their views on the weekend scenes.

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