A gang of youths “threatened to rape” a female driver after the driver asked them to pay for their fare.
The 220 Carrigaline bus was halted on the night of October 31st after a considerable group of “boisterous youths” hopped on the bus.
According to CorkBeo:
A source, who wished to remain anonymous, told Cork’s 96fm Opinion Line with PJ Coogan the youths called the female driver a “racist b****” when she asked them to pay.
The source said: “At 10.30pm on the 220 Carrigaline bus a large group of youths – mix of nationalities – got on the bus and walked past the driver.
“She called them back and they called her a ‘racist b****’ for asking them to pay. They threatened to beat her up and also threatened to rape her.
“There was a large presence of Gardai at the scene within 15 mins and they were all taken off the bus. She was very distressed.”
Gardai–the Irish word for police–were called to the scene soon after the incident which left the transport worker distressed.
A Gardai spokesperson said: “Gardaí responded to a call at approximately 10 p.m. on Thursday, October 31 on the Upper Kilmoney Road area of Carrigaline.
“A number of boisterous youths refused to disembark from a public bus service. Bus service was temporarily stalled but resumed a short time later.”
Ireland has recently shown utmost keenness to adopt globalist progressive policies.
As a result, they’ve suffered several incidents which have been excluded by the mainstream press.
National File recently reported on a ‘troubled teen’ of a foreign background with multiple priors who threatened to infect the police arresting him with HIV.
In spite of a growing backlash towards Ireland’s open arm policies to the rest of the world, the mainstream media has heaped praise on Ireland’s increasingly progressive positions.