A man has appeared in court, charged in connection with illegal drone activity in the vicinity of Dublin Airport.
The 50-year-old was granted bail on condition he doesn't fly unmanned aircraft devices, and surrenders his passport.
Eric Brills with an address of Holywell Dale in Swords- made no reply to Garda Enda Ledwith, after he was charged with 'unlawfully and intentionally interfering with operations' at Dublin Airport on January 24th.
Mr Brills was accused of operating a drone within the 300 metre 'critical area' of Dublin Airport.
He was granted bail on a number of conditions - including not flying any Unmanned -Aircraft-Systems and surrendering his passport
Judge Treasa Kelly warned that any of these breaches would result in his bail being revoked.
Garda Enda Ledwith indicated in court that Mr Brills could face possible further charges, with Gardaí awaiting instruction from the DPP.
He'll appear again before Dublin District Court on the 14th of April.
Reporting by Aoife Kearns