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People can't believe Dublin's Temple Bar pub is charging nearly £10 for a Jagerbomb

People can't believe Dublin's Temple Bar pub is charging nearly £10 for a Jagerbomb

Pub-goers suggested that it's 'cheaper getting a pint'

Pub-goers cannot believe that Dublin's famous Temple Bar is charging almost £10 for the age-old concoction of Red Bull and Jagermeister.

The fact that I just referred to a Jagerbomb as a 'concoction' shows that I don't drink.

Anyhow, a woman who does has taken a picture of her bill and gone viral in the process.

Emily Bastow shared a bill totalling €42.55 for one Red Bull (€6.35) and four Jagermeisters (€36.20).

That works out to - let me get my calculator out - €10.64 (£9.49) per Jagerbomb.

"Am I seeing things," Emily captioned her post.

Pub-goers certainly cannot believe that Dublin's Temple Bar pub is charging over the odds for age-old concoction of Red Bull and Jagermeister.
Twitter/@emilybastow_

It's safe to say that users were outraged with the cost, with one person commenting: "Cheaper getting a pint."

"Lol go buy a baby Guinness in Fitzsimons across the road," someone else suggested, while a third person savagely wrote: "That’s on u for paying it."

Another person revealed: "We payed €9.83 for a vodka lemonade in August it’s disgusting," to which Emily related: "Haha I was drinking vodka lemonade too! daylight robbery."

Someone else commented: "Tourist trap that side of the river. Cross the bridge to north of temple bar (30 second walk) it’s all half the price."

LADbible has contacted The Temple Bar for comment.

User Emily Bastow has shared a bill totalling £42.55 for one Red Bull (£6.35) and four Jagermeisters (36.20).
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If Jagerbombs weren't notorious enough, one thirsty punter opted to inadvertently give the drink some more promotion as he smashed one at 11am in the morning, live on BBC News.

Back in July 2020, a horrible time, where pubs were just starting to reopen again after lockdown restrictions, it seems there was a lot of making up for lost time to do, and people headed to their nearest boozer to start doing just that.

One thirsty punter opted to inadvertently give the drink some great promotion.
BBC News

At a Wetherspoon pub in London, the BBC News crews tipped up to interview a few hardy souls out for a Saturday morning session, and one man gave them more than they'd bargained for.

The interview concluded, and the interviewer told him: "I'm going to let you get back to the drinking, you have a great day."

He simply told the presenter: "Cheers."

Then, he skulled his drink on live TV.

Why not, ey?

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock/@emilybastow_/Twitter

Topics: UK News, Food And Drink