Mr Tayto went to Coppers last night and even got the shift

The world and its mother were probably trying to get into Coppers last night as Dublin celebrate their all-Ireland win.

Mr Tayto went to Coppers last night and even got the shift

But there was one person, in particular, that stood out in the queue.

You would think they would let someone of Mr Tayto’s stature skip the queue but no, he had to line up like everyone else.

And he even managed to get lucky, as is tradition for Coppers.

He also woke up this morning to see that universal mark of shame stamped on is hand.

Standard.

H/T: BreakingNews.ie

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