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The council removed the stickers on Monday. The street is a notorious prostitution spot in Limerick and was the subject of a garda operation in , when a number of men admitted solicitation. Local reports say that a number of premises on Catherine Street are under the control of a criminal gang who are controlling the prostitutes. Irish rugby legend Jerry Flannery, who owns a pub on the street, has advised punters to save their money and stop paying for sex.
The former Munster player tweeted that men should wash more regularly and charm women, not pay for them. You can obtain a copy of the Code, or contact the Council, at www. Please note that TheJournal. For more information on cookies please refer to our cookies policy. News images provided by Press Association and Photocall Ireland unless otherwise stated.
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To learn more see our Cookies Policy. Mystery surrounds Limerick "Red Light District" signs Stickers were placed over road signs on the street that highlighted the problem of prostitution in Limerick city centre. The road sign outside Jerry Flannerys pub was one of the targeted signs. The signs were placed on the junctions of Roches, Cecil and Glentworth streets.