Totally Fried ! Famous Irish potato chip company issues apology as ex-director gets busted for growing over $30K worth of cannabis

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Keogh’s Crisps, the  much-loved Irish potato chip company, posted a public apology following the arrest of a retired company director for growing nearly €20,000 (approx. Tony Keogh, 64, was dobbed in  by a local resident who discovered a significant number of cannabis plants on his property Best Flavour For Munchies ? Tony Keogh 64 is a retired farmer from north County Dublin and uncle to Tom Keogh founder of Keoghs Crisps Limited. Keogh’s Crisps yesterday confirmed their connection to a man who was arrested by Gardaí after a passerby noticed a large amount of cannabis plants in his greenhouse. On Saturday, the crisp company issued a statement confirming that Tony Keogh was a director at Keogh’s, and had retired from farming in 2019.

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Tony Keogh, 64, was dobbed in  by a local resident who discovered a significant number of cannabis plants on his property

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Keogh’s Crisps, the  much-loved Irish potato chip company, posted a public apology following the arrest of a retired company director for growing nearly €20,000 (approx. CAD$30,750) worth of cannabis on July 10.

 

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