A Long Term College Road Resident Says He Doesn't Want To Leave His Home, But Feels He Has No Other Choice
It's due to the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown parties
Anthony O'Riordan says he is planning to sell his house following weeks of partying in his local area.
Residents have staged a number of protests due to noise and anti-social behviour in the area in the past few weeks.
The Presidents of CIT and UCC, the Gardaí and the HSE recently signed an open letter calling on students to respect the area and their neighbours.
Speaking on the Neil Prendeville Show on Cork's RedFM, Anthony says he's fed up with anti-social behaviour and has been forced to leave the area:
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