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Three people arrested following bottles thrown at bar staff in Dublin city

Gardaí have arrested three people after bottles were thrown at bar staff in Dublin city centre.

A video emerged on social media showing young men attacking bar staff on South William Street, while countless people enjoying a drink or meal watched on.


A spokesperson for Gardaí said that an investigation has been launched into the incident.

The spokesperson confirmed that three people have been arrested in relation to the incident.

“Gardaí are investigating reports of a group of four persons causing a disturbance on South William Street, Dublin 2, on Thursday at approximately 9.30pm,” the spokesperson said.


“It is reported the group threw glass and glass bottles at staff members of a premises in the area. One such staff member attended St. James Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.”

“Gardaí attended the scene and three men, two early 20s and one late teens, were arrested and taken to Pearse Street Garda Station. Investigations are ongoing,” he continued.


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