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The cringey invite that led to infamous drinking video at Dublin bar


The below photo shows the cringey invite that lead to infamous footage of people drinking booze from the same bottle at a Dublin bar.

The clip, which has gone viral since the weekend, shows a masked bartender giving out drinks from a funnelled bottle to revelers below.

The video, which was branded ‘disgraceful’ by some social media users, was taken on Saturday afternoon at Berlin D2 on Dame Street.

The cringey invite for the “boozy baked brunch”, which can be found online, reads: “Very boozy baked brunch with your buds. Bonjour you baked boys and babes.

“We would like to invite you to our very first baked brunch at Berlin D2 this Saturday 15.08.20 at 1pm.



Baked Brunch Invite (Image: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/baked-brunch-tickets-116526468805#)

“Tickets are a mere €25 per person which includes your admish, your dish, a shot and a hell of a hooly!

“Tickets will be sold per table and will be limited due to distancing rules so grab your baked buds and get your table.

“Dress code, of course, is: Baked Bitches! Think cooked crazies, doof ravies and desert festival fash!

“There will be a free drink for the most creative craziest cooked clobber so get ya gladrags out.

“Doors will open at 12.30 pm approx and we will need everyone seated by 1 pm. Doors will then be closed so please do not be late.

“This brunch club is over 20’s so please bring ID, management reserves the right to refuse admission/remove people behaving badly regardless of ticket holding ie: do not arrive lit or lairy!

“Much love, Baked Brunch Club xo.”



Footage on social media of people failing to comply with public health guidance over Covid-19 at a venue in Dublin..The video, published on Twitter, shows a crowd of people in Berlin D2 on Dublin’s Dame Lane.

Yesterday Dublin restaurateur Jay Bourke said viral videos of the Berlin D2 bar did not resemble what actually went on and says it was just “20 seconds of madness,” Dublin Live reports.

Mr Bourke told RTE’s Morning Ireland: “That footage does not reflect what went on that day at all.”

He added that he had given four hours’ CCTV footage recorded that day to the gardai.

“It shows very clearly that not only were the people distanced but the tables were distanced and it was quite sparsely populated.

“It looks terrible but it ain’t that terrible.”



Jay Bourke in 2011

Twitter user Antoon, who filmed the video, told Dublin Live: “Honestly at the beginning, it was very quiet, from 3pm to 4pm.

“But the atmosphere started to be crazy, so we decided to leave with my wife when the situation [went] mad.

“Yes, some food was served.

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“Honestly I don’t know the number of people but all the tables were full.

“We left because we disagreed with the situation (no social distancing) and I was scared for our safety about Covid, so we preferred to leave this bar and never come back, ever.”



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