Man charged with threatening to kill a man at Cork pub 

The 49-year-old is charged with threatening to kill a man on December 28 last at the Weatherspoon’s outlet, The Linen Weaver on Paul Street, Cork.
Man charged with threatening to kill a man at Cork pub 

Judge Olann Kelleher remanded the accused in custody for a further two weeks.

A 49-year-old man arrested over the Christmas holidays and charged with producing a steak knife and threatening to kill a man at Weatherspoon’s in Cork city has been remanded in custody.

Adrian Henry of Cork Simon Community was arrested and charged by Detective Garda Bryan Murphy.

Henry appeared by video link from prison at Cork District Court.

The 49-year-old is charged with threatening to kill a man on December 28 last at the Weatherspoon’s outlet, The Linen Weaver on Paul Street, Cork.

Adrian Henry is also charged with producing a steak knife capable of inflicting a serious injury.

Sergeant John Kelleher said directions were not yet available from the Director of Public Prosecutions in the case.

Judge Olann Kelleher remanded the accused in custody for a further two weeks.

The judge was told that the accused has a bail application pending at the High Court in Dublin.

Judge Kelleher told the accused that if he gets bail he must turn up in person at Cork District Court on February 2.

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