Ireland Two Dublin drivers slapped with fines for 'applying makeup'

19:05  13 february  2018
19:05  13 february  2018 Source:   Dublin Live

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An Garda Siochana / Twitter © An Garda Siochana / Twitter An Garda Siochana / Twitter Two Dublin drivers were left 'heartbroken' this morning according to gardai, after they were slapped with fines for 'applying makeup' 'while driving.

An Garda Siochana were clearly feeling particularly sassy this morning as they called out the two drivers for their vain antics on the way to work.

They even penned a cheeky Valentine's poem after handing two €80 fines for the offence!

In a tweet, Garda Traffic wrote: "Roses are red violets are blue, €80 fine making its way to you. 2 drivers left heartbroken after being fined this morning for applying makeup whilst driving.

"Early valentine's preparations perhaps? Please drive responsibly #ValentinesDay".

No love lost there, clearly!

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