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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. 



One Direction are on a bit of an extended hiatus at the moment, and it seems that a fan may have gotten a bit upset by the news.

This morning, Harry Styles was woken up to find someone had vandalised on the side of his house – and the term they used is less than pleasant.

Now, it might not have been a fan at all, and it might not have even been targeted at Harry, but the big, bold, black letters that spelled, “c**t,” were certainly unwelcome.

In pictures, the writing is seen sprayed across the white walls of his London home, which we’re expecting will be painted over as soon as possible.

Let’s hope the vandals don’t strike his home again.




Dublin city's walls are covered in street art and graffiti, from gorgeous creations á la Joe Caslin's Equality mural, to words and slogans we'd really rather not see scrawled in white paint on our commute home.

One such negative piece of graffiti is drawing attention today, but it's for a pretty lovely reason.

Syrian-Irish Psychology student Tamim Mobayed posted the images to his Twitter account this morning, after seeing them "on a friend's Facebook page," and they've been getting quite a reaction online.

"Love it – lightheartedly illuminating darkness in Dublin," Tamim wrote alongside the before-and-after images, the second of which shows the words "All Muslims are scum" altered to say "All Muslims are sound."

The photos have gotten quite a reaction online, with Dubliners praising the anonymous graffiti-fixer for altering the offensive slogan:

It's not a perfect solution to Ireland's ongoing racism problems of course, but we love the message behind it.


This week hasn't gotten off to a great start for some of our favourite celebs. First, we hear that Taylor Swift is being accused of copyright infringement and now Jeremy Scott, Moschino's head fashion designer is dealing with a very similar claim. 

The famed designer is being sued by Brooklyn-based artist Joseph Tierney, claiming that Jeremy "blatantly stole" one of his graffiti designs, which was used for Katy Perry's Met Gala Ball gown. 

The gown was also seen on Gigi Hadid in March during Moschino's runway show and the artist is demanding a large cash compensation for the alleged "rip-off" of his work. 

However, Page Six reports that Mr Scott has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit. The website reported that Jeremy insisted the graffiti graphics "were selected and created by a graphic artist and completely independently of me."

He also added that the content of the dress was supposed to "subvert the seriousness of traditional black-tie fashion while also commenting on the way society objectifies women."

However, Joseph was unsatisfied with Jeremy's response and claims that the designer is just "shifting blame."

Only time will tell how this one will end!


Summer is in full swing and looking cool is essential. Whether you’re planning on living it up in the sun or rocking at a festival, no outfit is complete without funky nails.

Forget plain and boring this summer, our beauty expert Odette demonstrates how to graffiti your nails in two simple steps.

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