Worrying footage shows a large group of people singing and dancing in Dublin city centre.
The incident happened on Grafton Street late on Friday night, with dozens of people seen gathered around what appears to be a busker.
Others can be seen enjoying themselves a bit further back from the main crowd.
Only a handful of people appear to be wearing masks, while little or no social distancing can be seen.
Gardai attended the scene to disperse the crowd, saying that those present were compliant.
The footage comes amid growing restrictions across the country to combat the spread of Covid-19.
Dublin is currently under Level Three restrictions, meaning no large crowds can gather at once.
A spokesman said: “Gardaí received reports of a gathering of people on Grafton Street at approximately 10:00pm last night, Friday 16 October, 2020.
“Gardaí attended the scene and reminded those present of the current health guidelines and dispersed the group. All were compliant.”
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Source: Dublin News