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Gone in a flash Gangster Mr Flashy lives up to name as Tenerife limo driver waits with card reading 'Flashy'

The tracksuit clad drug dealer whose gang have been involved in several feuds in north Dublin was videoed by pals arriving in Tenerife

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A still from the video

A still from the video

The Finglas criminal known as Mr Flashy tried to live up to his name while on holidays as a limo driver was waiting for him at the airport with a card reading ‘Flashy’.

The tracksuit clad drug dealer whose gang have been involved in several feuds in north Dublin was videoed by pals arriving in Tenerife where the limo driver was waiting for him holding up a sign saying “Flashy”.

The video which was posted on social media by one the dealer’s pals shows members of his group in a limo before and later at a hotel balcony.

Associates of the Finglas criminal have been caught up in feuding in north Dublin in recent weeks.

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Mobster ‘Mr Flashy’

Mobster ‘Mr Flashy’

Mobster ‘Mr Flashy’

One of his pals was injured in a car crash after he went off the road after spotting rival criminals recently.

Meanwhile, earlier this month it emerged segments from a book of evidence which were used in a recent serious criminal hearing were distributed on social media.

It is understood a close female associate of a key member of the ‘Mr Flashy’ drugs mob is responsible for originally sending photos of another gang member’s alleged interactions with gardai.

This has led to the Finglas man who is aged in his early 40s being publicly branded a “rat” and a “snitch.”

Tensions had already been high in Finglas in recent weeks especially since a rival criminal mob robbed a French Bulldog that Mr Flashy had just imported from the UK for a five-figure sum.

The drug dealer is fighting with a number of different local criminal groupings – one of whom is suspected of firing shots over a house in the Kippure Park area earlier this month.

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At the end of last month an enforcer for Mr Flashy’s gang was jailed for two-and-a-half years over a €50,0000 cash-in-transit robbery.

Scott Capper, from Cappagh Green in Finglas, pleaded guilty to a charge of the theft of €49,775 from a GSLS security guard outside the Bank of Ireland on Blackhall Street, Mullingar, Co Westmeath on May 3, 2019.

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