Man arrested in connection with homophobic graffiti on Dublin gay bar 'The George'

Man arrested in connection with homophobic graffiti on Dublin gay bar 'The George'

A man being questioned over homophobic graffiti on one of Dublin's best-known gay bars is due in court this morning.

The man in his 20s was arrested after a swastika and derogatory language appeared on the walls of The George on Saturday morning.

The graffiti has since been washed off but the man will brought before a judge at the criminal courts of justice at half ten.

He's expected to be charged with criminal damage.


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