GARDAÍ have finished the missing persons search for Limerick man Niall Collins after he made his first appearance in front of the Irish media in weeks, much to the relief of the Irish public.
“Oh thank goodness I thought we lost him,” said a concerned member of the public, who had joined the many high-profile searches that combed the halls of Leinster House, Limerick Council, Twitter and Neil Collins houses. . and Niall O’Connor.
Several passionate calls had been made by loved ones, including Leo Varadkar and Micheál Martin, who insisted that Collins should make his location known and that it didn’t matter if he knew his wife was interested in buying public land in 2007 when he was a councillor. they only wanted him for his vote in the Dáil and would not make him speak of the things of the earth.
« Oh yeah, I knew 100% that my wife was looking to buy the land, » Collins said in his first media deal since coming out of hiding, as Varadkar and Martin buried their heads in their hands before putting up banners Collins lost in streetlights again and getting the man from Limerick into a van.
Previously, there had been criticism of how inefficient the search had been, with volunteers consistently saying that Collins had been found with his pants around his ankles in The Ditch countless times.
“Not only was he found safe and sound, his inability to speak and answer questions has been cured, it’s a miracle. We are very grateful that Niall came forward and spoke, just as the spotlight on him was drying up, in the most confusing, incoherent and unclear way that casts more doubt on his version of events, » the audience applauded.