Another skewed hit piece to mischaracterize Poles.
This one case barely registers when looking at drink-driving statistics published by Ireland's Road Safety Authority:
150 drivers are arrested each week on suspicion of driving under the influence. 8,063 drivers were arrested in 2016 for driving while intoxicated...983 fatal collisions occurred on Irish roads between 2008 and 2012, claiming the lives of 1,077 people.
Were all these arrests Poles residing in Ireland? No, they were not.
Ireland like all Western countries has a long history of alcoholism.
Father Jack Hackett in the Father Ted comedy series wasn't based on a Polish character:
So how shameful that a misanthropic recluse from Britain (with its own deeply established binge drinking culture with thousands killed and injured every year in drink-driving accidents and tens of thousands more convicted of drink-driving offenses) would spread lies that alcoholism is one of Poland's most successful exports.