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17 Aug 2022

Intoxicated Tipperary man who became abusive 'thought he was being followed'

Intoxicated Tipperary man who became abusive 'thought he was being followed'

Intoxicated Tipperary man who became abusive 'thought he was being followed'

A man who was intoxicated in public used threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour because he thought he was being followed, Nenagh District Court was told.

Conal Kilmurray of 7 Rossa Place, Nenagh, pleaded to the offences at MacDonagh Street, Nenagh, on December 27, 2021.

His solicitor, Elizabeth McKeever, said that Mr Kilmurray had been at a friend’s house and thought he was being followed. He accepted he was completely out of order”, she said.

Judge Elizabeth MacGrath fined Mr Kilmurray €200 for threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour and took the summons for being drunk in public into account.

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