Ireland Judge 'fears' for George bar drinkers after violent eviction of navy officer by bouncers

11:21  06 december  2017
11:21  06 december  2017 Source:   Independent.ie

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Judge Anthony Halpin slammed The George for the "wholly disproportionate" way security staff restrained Lily Ann Donnachie (31) while trying to have her "kicked out".

The judge said he did not believe The George, in Dublin city centre, was a "proper place to hold a public licence" over its treatment of Ms Donnachie, who had been accused of assaulting two staff members.

"I have great fear for the patrons that visit this establishment," Judge Halpin said.

He dismissed assault charges against her and asked for his concerns about the bar to be passed to the local garda superintendent.

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Ms Donnachie had been accused of punching doorman Daniel O'Callaghan in the head and dragging manager Sophie McDonald to the floor by the hair after she was asked to leave.

Ms Donnachie, a member of the Irish Navy from Coolamber Avenue, Cobh, Co Cork, pleaded not guilty to assaulting them.

Dublin District Court heard the incident happened at the George, on South Great George's Street, on April 18, 2016.

Mr O'Callaghan said he was told a couple had been refused entry for being intoxicated, but got in through another door and bought drinks. He approached Ms Donnachie and asked her and the man she was with to leave.

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Mr O'Callaghan alleged Ms Donnachie became aggressive and punched his head before dragging Ms McDonald to the ground.

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Mr O'Callaghan said he had to restrain her on the ground with another security guard. When they let her go, she walked out.

Mr O'Callaghan said he suffered a lump on his head that "swelled out like a golf ball".

Ms McDonald said Ms Donnachie pulled her to the ground by the hair and would not let go. The top of her head was bruised afterwards, she said.

Defence solicitor Robert Purcell said there were conflicts in evidence and it was not made clear that Ms Donnachie and her companion were the two people who had been refused entry.

He said Ms Donnachie was knocked to the ground with "a lot of force", by security staff, leaving her "prostrate on the ground", in a distressed state, with her legs in the air and her underwear showing.

Her hair was also stood on, Mr Purcell added.

She left then came back, saying: "This is a disgrace, I work in the defence forces, we should be working together."

The judge said his fears were alerted by the language used by both Mr O'Callaghan and Ms McDonald in relation to "kicking out" people.

"This had a very nasty connotation that satisfies me of the mindset of people working in The George," the judge said.

"The second aspect is the wholly disproportionate manner in which I view how the case was handled by the staff of The George," he added.

In relation to Ms Donnachie's alleged intoxication, the judge noted that in CCTV she had looked at a ticket in her hand during a show and had gone up to the stage to collect a prize, walking with little difficulty.

"(Security staff) clearly inflamed the situation to such an extent that I believe the accused felt she was under threat of serious personal injury here and took steps to push the manager away with her legs," Judge Halpin said.

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