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Banc na hEireann The Bank of Ireland

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Robber at the Bank of Ireland

Gang of bank robbers Rith cúpla robálaí isteach i mBanc na hÉireann i mBaile átha Cliath lá amhain agus iad armáilte agus faoi chochall. Bhrú siad ar na hairgeadóirí a lán airgead a chur isteach i mála mór a bhí aca.

An armed and hooded robber bursts into the Bank of Ireland in Dublin one day and forces the tellers to load a sack full of cash.

The robbers forced the cashier to put a lot of money into a sack which they had.

Fhuair duine dána greim ar chochall duine des na robálaí agus tharraing sé uaidh é ionas go raibh fhéidir le gach aoinne a aghaidh a fheiscint.. Gan aon mhoill lámhaigh an robálaí lena gunna é.

On his way out the door with the loot, one brave Irish customer grabs the hood and pulls it off revealing the robber's face. The robber shoots the guy in the head without hesitation!

Ansan, d'fhéach sé timcheall air go bagrach agus d'fhíafraigh an bhfacha aoinne eile a aghaidh. Bhí airgeadóir in a luí ar an dtalamh ag féachaint go díreach air. Chuir an robálaí piléir ina cheann.

He then looks around the bank to see if anyone else has seen him.
One of the tellers is looking straight at him and the robber walks over and calmly shoots him in the head also.

Ansan d'fhéach sé arís eile ina thimcheall agus d'fhíafraigh an bhfacha aoine eile a aghaidh ? Bhí seanfhear ina luí sa chuinne agus d'árdaigh seisean a lámh go himníeach. ""Is dóigh liom gur féidir go bhfuair mo bhean chéile spléacadh ort."...

bank if Ireland Everyone by now is very scared and looking down at the floor. "Did anyone else see my face?" calls the robber. There is a few moments silence then one elderly Irish gent, looking down, tentatively raises his hand and says:  "I think me wife may have caught a glimpse."

bank exit Facing the main entrance to Trinity College in Dublin is the large building now occupied by the Bank of Ireland, originally designed (by Sir Edward Lovett Pearce, 1729) to house the Irish Parliament but in 1802, after the Act of Union, sold to the Bank of Ireland. The curving facade with its different orders and sculpture groups - resulting from alterations carried out at different times - ranks as one of Dublin's finest. The noble banking hall, converted from the Old Commons' Chamber, can be seen during banking hours.

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Courtesy of Jack & Vivian, IrishPage.com January, 2009


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