Dublin Fire Brigade issue a cheeky Fifty Shades warning

Fifty Shades Darker is out in cinema now, just in time for Valentine's Day.

The romantic drama, a sequel to box office hit Fifty Shades of Grey, is expected to be a popular choice at cinemas this weekend.

However, Dublin Fire Brigade have issued a quick warning to anybody heading to see the film.

The tweet reads:

"It's Valentine's and Fifty Shades is in the cinema. Have a romantic, fun & safe weekend, you don't want us calling with our 'big key'"

It accompanies a photo of a member of the fire brigade helping some one out by cutting a pair of handcuffs off.

We doubt the gardaí would be using those. Consider yourself told.

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