Men Arrested In Connection With Serious Sexual Assault After Concert

Gardaí in Cork have arrested two men in connection with an alleged serious sexual assault, following a Jason Derulo concert in the city.

Two women, understood to be aged 18 and 19, reported to garda that they had been seriously sexually assaulted by two men they met in a nearby nightclub, following the concert.

Garda said they have arrested two men in connection with the alleged incident. They are to be questioned and undergo a forensic examination.


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