BOD returns from Hong Kong with a special gift for wife Amy

BOD returns from Hong Kong with a special gift for wife Amy

Brian O’Driscoll is back in the country after an, ahem, business trip and is suitably prepared with chocolate for his wife.

The former Ireland and Leinster captain had been there for work, attending a Sevens tournament, but Amy tweeted a picture of him looking very unbusinesslike.

Naturally his wife, at home looking after the couple’s two young children, demanded reparations.

O’Driscoll has now returned home, armed with the requested chocolate and looking suitable sheepish.

As it was Amy’s birthday on Saturday, we are really hoping that’s not all he brought home!

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