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22 May 2022

Tipperary mother in shop row admits her behaviour was 'disgraceful'

A woman who got involved in an argument in a shop in Nenagh is now “learning to walk away” from provocation, Nenagh District Court was told.

Lisa Donnellan of Cormack Drive, Nenagh, pleaded guilty to a charge of engaging in threatening and abusive behaviour at the Mr Price store on Martyr’s Road, Nenagh, on March 11, 2021.

Her solicitor David Peters said Ms Donnellan had admitted she had engaged in “disgraceful behaviour” and had realised she should not be causing upset in public.

He said Ms Donnellan, 24, was a mother of four children aged between five and two and was expecting her fifth child.

She was now learning to walk away from provocation.

Judge Elizabeth MacGrath imposed a fine of €100.

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