22/02/2019

Man Arrested After Pint Of Guinness Found In Car's Cup Holder

A man has been arrested after gardaí found a pint of Guinness in his car's cup holder.

Garda in Meath described the incident as "the most bizarre yet". The arrest was made when garda made the discovery a checkpoint on the R132 at Gormanstown.

It is understood that alongside the poured pint glass of Guinness, a further 8 cans were found in the car's backseat.

The man was arrested and charged and is due to appear before Drogheda District Court in March.

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