While most pubs were closed yesterday because of the Good Friday drinking ban, there were some people who managed to find a way around it.
People headed to theaters, hotels, racing stadiums and even train stations to get a drink.
Good Friday is traditionally known as the day where pubs are closed and you can't buy alcohol. However, there are loopholes to this.
Madigans's pub in Connolly train station was open for business yesterday, with one catch - you had to have a train ticket.
Manager, Joe Hayes, told the Irish Independent that its one of their busiest days of the year, and they get punters who have a train ticket but don't actually plan on going anywhere.
The Good Friday ban is set to be lifted meaning this year could be our last one where we have a dry Friday!