Ireland’s mental weather has been admitted to St. Brendan’s Psychiatric Hospital in Dublin, after a spate of erratic behaviour caused alarm bells to be raised.
The weather will undergo several psychological tests and remain under close observation over the next 48 hours to determine if it’s a risk to himself and others.
The weather is suspected to have a severe case of bi-polar disorder and many claimed that the extreme mood swings were putting their own safety and the safety of others at risk.
One close relative of the weather today commented:
“There was something very wrong with him today. He was acting very strange, one minute he’d be grand. He’d be all bright and upbeat, but then the next, he’d be tormenting himself and others. He’d turn cold and you couldn’t talk to him without him screaming you down and pushing you all over the place. It was scary and so unexpected.”
The weather’s unstable mind-frame has been causing concern for many and it’s hoped that the underlying reason for it’s outburst can be discovered and hopefully managed.
More on this story as it breaks.