It's emerged that a suspected Russian spy who was uncovered trying to infiltrate the International Criminal Court in the Hague studied Political Science at Trinity College Dublin.
Independent.ie have reported that the man at the centre of the international scandal spent four years as a student in Dublin.
Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov was picked up at a Dutch airport after attempting to use a false identity.
It has been investigating accusations of war crimes in Ukraine.
He's accused of posing as a Brazilian national to steal secrets from the court and bring them back to Russia.
The man, who went by the alias Victor Muller Ferreira, attended Trinity for four years between 2014-2018.
Mr Cherkasov graduated with a first class honours from his Political Science and Quantitative Methods of Research course.
Photos online have emerged showing him receiving his degree.
Trinity College Dublin said it could not comment on the matter due to GDPR regulations.