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The Irish Fairy Door Co provided Pantibar with a tiny fairy door in response to Friday's brick incident

Píteoga galore.

PRIDE WAS WELL and truly alive in Dublin over the weekend. Nothing could dampen the rainbow sea that took over the city under the glorious sunshine.

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But unfortunately, it didn’t get off to the best start after a man was arrested on Friday night for throwing a rock through the window of Pantibar on Capel Street.

Panti tweeted the rock in question, which read ‘Píteoga amach as Eirean’, translating to ‘Fairies out of Ireland’.

Thankfully no one was hurt, and it did absolutely nothing to quash the fabulous pride celebrations in the bar.

People even started improving the message, with artist Will St Leger leading the edits.

Tweet by @Will St Leger Source: Will St Leger/Twitter

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But the best response so far? The Irish Fairy Door Company made Pantibar their very own tiny fairy door.

If you’re a parent you’ll know these things well, but basically they’re a company that make doors for fairies so your children can look after them.

Just adorable. Make sure they have a good view of the stage and full access to the bar, yeah?

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