Residents In The Vicinity Of UCC Say It's Time For The Lip Service Surrounding RAG Week To Change
The annual fundraising week is underway, but over the years the event has been marred by complaints from locals in the College Road area about drunken students
Last year UCC warned students about the repercussions of anti-social behaviour during RAG week but locals say every year they are promised the situation will improve and be strictly policed.
Anthony O'Riordan who lives on College Road is calling on Gardaí to enforce the public order act rather than giving them leeway because it could affect their future careers
Speaking on the Neil Prendeville Show on Cork's RedFM Anthony asked why a student ID seems to place them above the law of the land
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