Queen Street

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Queen Street said : "I got into work and looked out of the window. " External link

theargus Thursday, January 17, 2019 5:13:00 PM EAT



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Queen StreetEN58.80%
Queen StreetFR10.46%
Queen StreetPL10.14%
Queen StreetPT10.14%
Queen StreetES10.14%
Queen StreetSA0.32%


 
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Michael Walsh stated ( about Queen Street ) : “He got out of the car (a black vehicle with a C registration) and asked me did I know the way to Kilmeaden. ‘Jesus’, I said, ‘you hit the right man. I was born in Kilmeaden long ago but I’m here 70-odd years’. He came from my left, then turned over to my right, then got back into the car after I told him to go down over the bridge, take the left at the big cream house in front of him and head on beyond the fork in the road (at Darrigle) and the first place you’d meet is Kilmeaden. And off he went; now I thought he was going a bit fast as there were two ESB men, I think, who were cutting some hedges underneath the cables, one on the ground holding the ladder and the other man near the top of the ladder. So I went into the shop (Fogarty’s), I’d a tenner in my pocket, I got batteries and the paper and off I went up William Street when I thought of my key so I put the hand down into the pocket – no wallet. I still didn’t think anything strange was after happening so I headed up the street home, thinking I’d left the wallet there before I headed out” External link

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Michael Walsh added ( about Queen Street ) : “I came back in the door and had a look for the wallet and there was no sign of it. I’d been in the chemist (at the bottom of Brown Street) earlier in the morning after getting the monthly prescription and he said I’d not left it there and it was only when I came back up the street that it hit me: the man who was after asking for directions was after pickpocketing me – out of my right trouser pocket – and he must have been left handed because he came from my left side to my right – to do that without me feeling a thing, you’d want to be pretty good at it. And there were a good few pound in the wallet, my medical card, the ESB card, my bank card and so on. Listen, it’s a blow I could ill afford but the other part of all this is telling me I was lucky. I could be laid out on a slab right now instead of sitting here in my house talking about what happened to me. I reckon I’m the first person in Portlaw that was ever pickpocketed. To hell with the money, I know it could have been a lot worse. I’ll still get clothes for the grandchildren” External link

waterford-news Wednesday, September 25, 2019 6:25:00 PM EAT

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Queen Street

Last updated on 2013-11-19T09:48+0300.

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Queen Street said : "I got into work and looked out of the window. " External link

theargus Thursday, January 17, 2019 5:13:00 PM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
Names Lang Count
Queen StreetEN58.80%
Queen StreetFR10.46%
Queen StreetPL10.14%
Queen StreetPT10.14%
Queen StreetES10.14%
Queen StreetSA0.32%


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Michael Walsh stated ( about Queen Street ) : “He got out of the car (a black vehicle with a C registration) and asked me did I know the way to Kilmeaden. ‘Jesus’, I said, ‘you hit the right man. I was born in Kilmeaden long ago but I’m here 70-odd years’. He came from my left, then turned over to my right, then got back into the car after I told him to go down over the bridge, take the left at the big cream house in front of him and head on beyond the fork in the road (at Darrigle) and the first place you’d meet is Kilmeaden. And off he went; now I thought he was going a bit fast as there were two ESB men, I think, who were cutting some hedges underneath the cables, one on the ground holding the ladder and the other man near the top of the ladder. So I went into the shop (Fogarty’s), I’d a tenner in my pocket, I got batteries and the paper and off I went up William Street when I thought of my key so I put the hand down into the pocket – no wallet. I still didn’t think anything strange was after happening so I headed up the street home, thinking I’d left the wallet there before I headed out” External link

waterford-news Wednesday, September 25, 2019 6:25:00 PM EAT

Michael Walsh added ( about Queen Street ) : “I came back in the door and had a look for the wallet and there was no sign of it. I’d been in the chemist (at the bottom of Brown Street) earlier in the morning after getting the monthly prescription and he said I’d not left it there and it was only when I came back up the street that it hit me: the man who was after asking for directions was after pickpocketing me – out of my right trouser pocket – and he must have been left handed because he came from my left side to my right – to do that without me feeling a thing, you’d want to be pretty good at it. And there were a good few pound in the wallet, my medical card, the ESB card, my bank card and so on. Listen, it’s a blow I could ill afford but the other part of all this is telling me I was lucky. I could be laid out on a slab right now instead of sitting here in my house talking about what happened to me. I reckon I’m the first person in Portlaw that was ever pickpocketed. To hell with the money, I know it could have been a lot worse. I’ll still get clothes for the grandchildren” External link

waterford-news Wednesday, September 25, 2019 6:25:00 PM EAT