Top ten people getting coal in their stocking this year- SEE PHOTOS
Those from 2010 who, by our books, should be on Santa's naughty list
As with many of Ireland’s current woes, a collective group of people are to blame for the multi-million development of the white elephant that is terminal two at Dublin airport.
Unveiled in November, the terminal cost over $800 million to build and currently there are no airline carriers operating out of the terminal with passengers landing there been forced to walk to the old terminal to gain access to parking and car rental facilities.
READ MORE- Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2 remains empty – SEE VIDEO
6. Lindsay Lohan
With a stint in jail under her belt couple with the prospect of spending the holidays in rehab, the “Meangirls” star has had a rough year. Lohan was sent to jail for drink driving offences
Adding to her troubles this week that star has been accused of battery by a staff member at the Betty Forde Clinic. The staff member, who has since been dismissed after selling her story to TMZ said the star was intoxicated and tried to sneak back into the facility after curfew
READ MORE- Lindsay Lohan suspect in battery investigation- SEE VIDEO
7. Ronan Keating
One of Ireland’s former boy band stars was exposed as a two-timer this year when he cheated on his wife of 12 years. The couple eloped only after a few months of dating. At first news of the split was amicable but it soon emerged that Keating had cheated with one of the band’s backing dancers.
Fans were shocked by his departure from his squeaky clean boy band image. Despite the heartbreak, the couple announced recently that they plan to re-unite and work through the hardship.
READ MORE- Boyzone star Ronan Keating dumped by wife
8. Ireland’s former Financial Regulator
No gold star’s for Brian Patterson this year as Ireland’s former Financial Regulator stepped down. The man who apparently did little to regulate reckless lending and nothing to prevent Ireland’s financial crash had the audacity to say that “everybody” was to blame for the downturn. "We were all responsible," said Patterson in a speech to the Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce earlier this year.
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Interesting arguments......will read 'em all, then reply....