Somebody spotted a frightened puppy at the Dublin Castle referendum celebration, and Twitter has gone wild
If you were following the referendum celebrations at Dublin Castle on Saturday (26 May), then you may have noticed how at one point, the crowd was getting excited for one slightly coy and unlikely figure.
And no, we're not referring to Minister for Health, Simon Harris.
We're talking about this fella.
— Richard Chambers? (@newschambers) May 26, 2018
His name is Noah, and he really caused a stir among the crowds.
The vizsla pup was spotted by Newstalk's Richard Chambers, who noted that he had "just been held up like Simba", and the mere sight of this shy doggo on Twitter got everyone excited all over again.
He's like....."This was NOT on the schedule, Cheryl."
— Rowan Morrison (formerly Quarantina) (@jesuisjackiew) May 26, 2018
I know that dog! His name is Noah, he’s a vizsla, and he LOVES cuddles and love-bites 💕 pic.twitter.com/YaKewC1Q39
— Sarah Burchfield (@sarahburchfield) May 26, 2018
Noah was quickly identified by one user, who felt it necessary to note that he loves "cuddles and love-bites".
We'll only assume from his sad eyes that doing a Lion King impression isn't exactly up there on his list of favourite things too.