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Two teens arrested in Dublin brawl between football fans

A number of garda units attended the scene of the dispute between a large number of youths.
Aug 17th 2013, 10:54 AM 30,619 103

TWO PEOPLE HAVE been arrested after a brawl broke out between a large group last night in Dublin’s city centre.

Gardaí confirmed today that there was a dispute involving a number of youths in the Bridge Street area at about 11.30pm. Witnesses reported seeing up to 50 people -some throwing bottles – and a number of garda units attended the scene.

It is understood that the incident involved groups of football fans coming from yesterday’s match at Dalymount between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers.

This video from the scene last night shows the crowd dispersing:

(Video: Thiago Martins/YouTube)

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Two youths in their mid-to-late teens were arrested for minor public order offences and taken to Kevin Street Garda Station. They have since been released.

Gardaí said there were no major injuries reported and no damage to property.

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