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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Mrs Browns’ Boys star welcomes reopening of pubs with a cheeky message





Former Mrs Brown’s Boys actor Rory Cowan has taken to Twitter to welcome the reopening of pubs in Ireland.

As the country entered Phase Three of the Government’s lockdown exit strategy roadmap on Monday, many pubs around the country opened their doors to customers for the first time in over three months.

Although the conditions of reopening are a far cry from the traditional pub experience, with a time limit of 105 minutes on customer stays and a stringent emphasis on social distancing, the people of Ireland embraced the gradual return of normality with open arms.


Former Mrs Brown’s Boys actor Rory Cowan has taken to Twitter to welcome the reopening of pubs in Ireland. Pic: RTE



Taking to Twitter on Monday, Rory posed with pint in hand and a grin on his face, writing: ‘Phase three and the pubs are open so there’s no walking pictures today’.

The actor joked: ‘I don’t know what people see in drink. It’ll never catch on’.

Fans were quick to express their envy and to wish Rory well, with many comments sending a virtual ‘Slainte’ at the welcome sight of a freshly poured pint.

One comment read: ‘You look too happy Rory! Enjoy your well deserved (I think) pint. Slainte!’

Another envious fan wrote: ‘Oh @1rorycowan I’m so jealous right now could just drink an ice cold Guinness…will have to wait till Saturday’.

A further comment said: ‘Have a good sup. You’ve kept us well entertained and deserve it’

On Monday, many businesses including hairdressers, cafes and restaurants were permitted to reopen once more, as churches and places of worship also opened their doors to the faithful.

Only pubs serving ‘substantial meals’ costing at least €9 were permitted to resume trading, and Ireland’s remaining pubs are due to reopen from July 20, as Phase Four of the roadmap begins.



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