Sunderland's Manager Roy Keane shouts at his players.
Irish entertainer Twink, aka Adele King, hit the headlines in 2006 when she left an angry message on her ex-husband's answering machine, telling him to "zip up your mickey."
Ryan Air CEO Michael O'Leary launches the company mobile phone service in Dublin.
Father Neil Horan, aka, "The Dancing Priest," does a jig for journalists.
Paul Stokes from Monkstown, County Dublin, leaves Dublin's Bridewell District Court. He was in court for driving his car through the front door of the Irish television network, RTE.
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