The buzz

The buzz

The PR man running Paddy Power’s Twitter account entertained followers on Saturday by live Tweeting a text conversation with a Dublin Airport worker called Steve. Steve thought he was texting Jess, a woman he had met at a bar. Luckily, when told the truth, he handled it well.

And sealed with a kiss. That’s it from me and Steve tonight. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. #PPTexts
@paddypower

@paddypower Chaos as thousands swarm to Dublin Airport in search of Steve #PPTexts
@FillupShine  

@paddypower surely for Steve its only fair theres a find jess campaign.
@muzzyboi  

@muzzyboi @paddypower She gave him the wrong number for a reason lol
@ggeorgiou82

So @paddypower has kept me entertained all evening, what a LAD hahahah #banter #poorsteve
@AimeeCorbettx

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