Famous Irish Potato Chip Company Issues Apology as Ex-Director gets Busted for Growing Over $30K Worth of Weed

Article by Emma Spears, Growth Op

NEWS Famous potato chip company issues apology as ex-director gets busted for growing over $30K worth of weed Tony Keogh, 64, was narced out by a local resident who discovered a significant number of cannabis plants on his property By Emma Spears Farmer Tony Keogh, 64, who is the uncle of company founder Tom Keogh, was arrested by the police in North Dublin. Keogh's

Although chips and cannabis are often considered the ultimate combination, the pairing resulted in a patently unchill situation involving both an arrest and a PR snafu.

Keogh’s Crisps, a much-loved Irish potato chip company, posted a public apology following the arrest of a retired company director for growing nearly €20,000 (approx. CAD$30,750) worth of cannabis on July 10.

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