Kirsty McGrath, 30, and Niamh Moulredi, 25, were arrested at Dublin Airport on Friday, April 2. The Independent And BBC When she appeared in court the next day, her lawyer said her clients were unaware of the restrictions before heading to Dubai for breast augmentation surgery. The girls were placed in pre-trial detention.
According to the rules in force, people entering Ireland from the list of 33 countries considered dangerous and landing without a negative check must remain on board for 14 days. Her lawyer said her clients would question the constitution of the law.
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The two girls said they had to return to take care of children aged six, seven and ten. The court set their deposit at യൂറോ 800 + യൂറോ 500 in cash. This includes a free deposit of 2,000 2,000, including 1, 1,800 in cash and 200 200 in their bank account. In addition, Kirsty McGrath and Niamh Malredy had to submit their passports before being subjected to a two-week embargo. The two women will meet again on April 9 in the District Criminal Court.
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