Man charged over The George graffiti attack granted bail


A 23-year-old man charged over the homophobic graffiti attack at The George last week has been granted bail with strict conditions. 

Homophobic slurs and Nazi symbols were scrawled across the doors of the bar with chalk last Saturday morning. 

According to The Independent, Eoin Berkeley of Finglas Dublin 11, has been warned to stay away from the popular bar on South Great George's Street.

He must also sign on daily at his local Garda station, reside at his current address, notify gardaí of any change of address, and "be of sober habits and be of good behaviour".

He appeared at Dublin District Court yesterday charged with criminal damage and has not yet indicated how he will plead. 

Mr Berkeley is due to appear in court on July 4. 

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