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FIGHT OR FLIGHT Dublin Airport fight thugs ‘on way home from funeral’ as Gardai plot to nail 20 suspects

Gardai are searching for everyone involved in a violent airport brawl.

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris and Justice Minister Helen McEntee called Tuesday’s scenes “absolutely unacceptable”

Investigators believe 20 people clashed at Ireland’s busiest airport.

In the first incident, two groups argued in Terminal 1’s beer garden.

After leaving the beer garden, the rivals fought again before terrified passengers and staff.

Another man was injured and taken to Beaumont Hospital.

Gardai hope to charge everyone involved with assault and public order crimes.

Men brawling in front of horrified passengers has gone viral online.

A video of two men fighting for five minutes before the gardai arrived.

One man yells “f****** hell, don’t jump on his head like that.”

 

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A woman screams as the head-kicked man is dragged across the floor.

The groups may be from England and were returning from a funeral.

Unnamed passenger: “It was chaos.”

These guys thought they were in a boxing ring with pensioners and kids.

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A woman screams as the head-kicked man is dragged across the floor.

The groups may be from England and were returning from a funeral.

Unnamed passenger: “It was chaos.”

These guys thought they were in a boxing ring with pensioners and kids.

 

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Gardai responded to other airport areas. So our response was on the way to restore order, and an assault investigation has begun.

“I want to examine the incident and get more details”

Minister McEntee said she had seen the footage.

“It’s unacceptable,” she said. People waiting to go on vacation and other children shouldn’t see this.”

As this is under police investigation, Dublin Airport Authority cannot comment further.

The Garda Commissioner addressed the ongoing feud in Finglas at the 44th GRA conference.

The officer said, “Those involved are targeting each other.”

The murder was followed by serious attacks and arson.

“National units, including the armed support unit, support Finglas.

We’ve worked hard to end this “feud” as soon as possible.

The garda chief also revealed “good progress” in the global crackdown on the Kinahan mob with “very determined partners” in the US and Europe.

 

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