‘Livid’ Dublin Man May Post Angry Comment On Facebook Later Over Anglo Tapes



A LIVID Dublin man said today that he may post a very angry comment on facebook later after listening to tape recordings of Anglo Irish bankers laughing and joking about the crisis.

Jimmy Martin told WWN that he is ‘outraged’ at the contents of the transcripts, leaked yesterday to the media.

“I can’t wait to go home from work now and really sock it to them.” said the 48-year-old. “I think i’ll probably post something angry but witty like: ‘Those bastards were laughing all the way to the bank, but continued laughing while in there’.

Mr. Martin, a part-time florist, is expected to get home around half five this evening and trawl through anti-government and financial sector facebook pages.

“I might leave an angry comment or two on a few Irish news websites to get warmed up.””That will teach them!” he added.Meanwhile, the Irish bankers union has called for calm following the tapes release, stating that some of its members ears were starting to burn, with some reporting a strange tingly feeling on their neck.

“All these angry comments are starting to tickle a bit.” said chairman of the union, Thomas Kent. “It’s irritating, and I don’t think we can take much more of this to tell you the truth.”

“We even had one member who said he found it difficult to sleep the other night.” he added.

Hundreds of thousands of brave Irish people are expected to follow suit in the on-line protest, which may just bring the entire corrupt banking system to its knees.