There has been justice for the girl who was infamously turned down on national television for a voucher 4 years ago

There has been justice for the girl who was infamously turned down on national television for a voucher

Sean O'Brien's suspension, the gradual reduction in the size of Creme Eggs and Corey being turned down for a €250 Advanced Pitstop voucher on Pioc do Ride.

Those are the minor injustices that have really got Ireland riled recently (and we're pretty sure the Creme Egg thing is just us.)

We may not be able to do anything about the first two, but the third is being tackled by a valiant group of justice seekers.

Corey is a lovely lass who went on the TG4 dating show, Pioc do Ride. When she picked her date, he was given the choice of a €250 voucher or a date. Here's what happened.

Corey even went on Ray Darcy's show to talk about the incident

A group of very kind justice-seekers set up #JusticeForCorey with the aim of getting Corey her very own €250 voucher. After only four days, they had raised enough funds to get it. See guys, Irish people love to get behind a good cause!

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