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Video shows Irishman threatening to kill foreign nationals over broken door

Shocking footage has emerged of an Irishman threatening to kill two foreign nationals in what is believed to be an argument over a broken door in rented accommodation.

A video, seen by The Irish Mirror, shows the Irishman placing a metal key to another man’s throat as he threatens him.

Gardai said it is aware of the video and is investigating it.

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The shocking footage shows the Irishman carrying a metal key as he approaches a man in a dark jacket on the landing of a property.

In the two-minute video, the Irishman shouts at the man in the dark jacket: “You go out that way (pointing to the stairs) or out the window.”

The man in the dark coat cowers in the corner before the man with the key yells at him: ‘You’re going to fuck up there – but first you pay me for the door.

He adds: “I am the owner. I’m a big boss. I’m a badass.

“You fucking pay me for the door. Do you fucking understand yourself? before pinning a man against a wall, placing a metal bar across his throat.

“What part of this don’t you understand?” Bring me the money,” the man shouts before turning to another man, threatening him, “You are the next whore.

The Irishman then drags the man in the dark coat into the living room shouting at him ‘go get some money’ before shoving a third man onto the couch.

He threatens the third man, shouting, “You’re not getting any of your stuff back. This door is in shit. You coward b***ard.

He then kneels over the male on the sofa and shouts “I’m going to kill you, goddamn it”, before threatening to “bury you on a hill”.

He then warns her to get the money back and “you’ll have to leave”, and proceeds to remove the men’s shoes before the shocking video ends.

In a statement, An Garda Siochana said she was investigating a video circulating on social media.

“An Garda Siochana has not received any incident reports in the named district that match the content of this video,” the statement said.

Gardai also encourages anyone who believes they have been the victim of a crime to report the matter directly to An Garda Siochana and not to third parties or on social media.

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