DONEGAL WOMAN PUTS HER SON FOR SALE ON INTERNET!

first_imgA Donegal woman has put her son up for sale – on small ads website DoneDeal.And Bundoran woman ‘Cherri’ is only looking for the princely sum of €13 for the 18 year old!She says the young lad has many skills including bing a photographer and has even managed a whopping 625 points in his Leaving Cert. No doubt she’ll get plenty of offers for the young lad!The official ad description reads ……”A well behaved 18 year old with many skills. Is a professional photographer, level A drinker, a part of #inkedfam and #beardfam. A promising student worthy of 625 points LC, handy to have around the house, will come to use! Selling as I have no need for one anymore and am sure there is a worthy owner to be.”DONEGAL WOMAN PUTS HER SON FOR SALE ON INTERNET! was last modified: October 2nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bundoranDoneDealdonegalfor salesonlast_img read more

Prime Minister Calls on Jamaicans to Report Criminals

first_imgStory Highlights Prime Minister, the Most Hon Andrew Holness, is again calling on Jamaicans to assist the police in the fight against crime, especially in identifying criminals in their communities. Prime Minister, the Most Hon Andrew Holness, is again calling on Jamaicans to assist the police in the fight against crime, especially in identifying criminals in their communities.“Nobody is invading Jamaica to commit crime; it’s the people in our communities. We know them and we see them. They are our children and they are our relatives. Our silence encourages them,” he said.The Prime Minister was speaking at a ground-breaking ceremony today (April 24), for the construction of 230 housing units as part of the Foreshore Estate development in Delacree Pen, South West St. Andrew.Mr. Holness stressed that the Government is doing as much as it can with the resources available to put measures in place to protect innocent citizens and observe and secure their rights, whilst bringing down the crime rate.“We can only achieve it with a partnership, and your role in this partnership as good citizens is to provide us with the information. The police cannot act in a clinical and surgical way to deal with the criminals without having intelligence,” Mr. Holness emphasised.He said much of the intelligence is garnered from citizens who are willing to tell what they know, adding that persons should not fear providing information, as they will be protected.“We have demonstrated that if you give us the information, and we have given you the avenues to do it – Crime Stop and the special number that the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) and the police have (provided) – your own security and confidentiality will be protected,” he said.“Now is the time for cooperation; now is the time for partnership,” the Prime Minister said. “Nobody is invading Jamaica to commit crime; it’s the people in our communities. We know them and we see them. They are our children and they are our relatives. Our silence encourages them,” he said. The Prime Minister was speaking at a ground-breaking ceremony today (April 24), for the construction of 230 housing units as part of the Foreshore Estate development in Delacree Pen, South West St. Andrew.last_img read more