Crisp Sandwiched

Even Mr Tayto had to queue for Coppers to celebrate the Dubs' All-Ireland win

Surely a man of his importance should have a gold card?

COPPER FACE JACKS is much more than a nightclub. It’s an Irish institution.

All-Ireland final day is one of the busiest nights of the year, and it was no different after Dublin’s win over Kerry.

Among the hundreds who showed up on Harcourt Street to toast Sam Maguire’s return the capital was Mr Tayto — the man behind Ireland’s favourite crisps (unless you’re more of a King fan, that is).

He might be a household name, but even Mr T was asked for ID after standing in a lengthy queue.

He then tweeted a pic of his stamp as proof of the visit. The big question is… did he shift?

(h/t: DailyEdge)

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