Tipperary Barmen Plead Not Guilty Over Alcohol Death of Hotel Guest

Nenagh Circuit Court

Two Tipperary barmen are on trial for the unlawful killing of an Englishman by serving him alcohol which later caused him to die from alcohol poisoning at the Hayes Hotel in Thurles in 2008.  Both men have pleaded not guilty at Nenagh Circuit Court.  Graham Parish of Calder Terrace, Lomeshaye, east Lancashire in England, was staying at the hotel celebrating his 26th birthday.  His body was found at 6am in the conference room of the hotel the following morning.

A landmark case is being brought against bar manager Gary Wright, 34, and barman Aidan Dalton, 29, both of Borrisoleigh, Co Tipperary, over Parish’s death.

A jury is now being empanelled at Nenagh Circuit Court to try the case before Judge Tom Teehan and it is likely to go into next week.

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