PIC: This woman sent a letter to Fair City about THAT storyline, and it's what every fan is thinking 4 years ago

PIC: This woman sent a letter to Fair City about THAT storyline, and it's what every fan is thinking

Come on Fair City, end it...

It's one of the longest running storylines in the Fair City's history, but it's finally showing signs of a conclusion, after a year in the works.

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Yes, we are talking about the ongoing storyline of Katy O'Brien and her incarceration by Ciaran.

It annoyed someone so much a few weeks back that they created a petition for the Fair City writers to end the storyline once and for all.

William Thomas wrote:

"Last May a girl called Katy O'Brien went missing in a soap called Fair City in Ireland. We eventually found out in September she was being held captive by a masked man and then it was reveled to be the most obvious person called Ciaran. Ciaran was introduced a few episodes just before Katy went missing and almost became part of the O'Brien family. He instantly became part of the community after getting a job off Paul Brennan. We later found out he also rents his own garage where he fixes motorbikes. He also rents a house in Dublin. For a signal man this is a lot of money. Whilst feeding/clothing a girl he's keeping looked up. Anybody who watches the show knows how tedious this is becoming. I could write so much more. Ciaran got a woman pregnant and is living with her and her brain damaged sister who knows about Katy but she can't remember.

"Fair City writers need to end this story as soon as possible!"

But now another fan has gone one further, and emailed Fair City on behalf of her and her Nana to bring the story to an end.

AnnMarie O'Farrell and her Nana have had enough, and they've put it into writing.

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We're sure they're a lot of fans out there who will agree with AnnMarie and her Nana.

Cheers to AnnMarie O'Farrell for sending this our way. 
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