For about ten or fifteen minute one inner city pub was ‘under seige’ last night when one customer, ejected for rowdy behaviour, took his ‘frustration’ out on the outside of the building. When a PSNI patrol turned up, the said gentleman was forced to the ground and physically subdued, there was loud cheering from customers inside the bar. Ironically, the same bar where Gerry Adams took his first job back in the sixties.
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