January 4 1984 AD: Dublin Banks Raided

Twelve banks in Dublin city centre are raided to the tune of a total of £4.1 million, by a man bearing an uncanny resemblance to the Fianna Fail leader Charles J. Haughey. Gardai eventually question the international statesman at his North Dublin hideout, only to be told “Go away. I am counting money and am entirely innocent of any crime”. Investigating officers cease with this line of inquiry, but do tell reporters that they are pleased to note that Mr Haughey ”Knew our fathers well”

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