"A Dublin man, 22, was hospitalised after being bitten by a snake — the first venomous snake bite reported in Irish history, reports IrishPost.com (February 29). The snake was a puff adder, native to semiarid regions. According to the legend, Saint Patrick drove the snakes from Ireland in the fifth century. Ireland has introduced abortion and gay-marriage in recent years, and keeps betraying Saint Patricks' legacy."
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