Do you know the author of this message in a bottle that was found in the River Liffey?

It was definitely one of the most unique discoveries Dublin Fire Brigade made that day

Dublin Fire Brigade were met with a unique discovery yesterday on the River Liffey as they encountered a message in a bottle.

The message, which came all the way from Dublin 11, was written on a brown envelope and was recently put into the Liffey by its author who was taking part in a message in a bottle arts project.

Rather than take the bottle and its message out of the river, the fire service decided to let the bottle head on its way to allow it to go a bit further.

Taking to Twitter to share a pic of the message, Dublin Fire Brigade said: "‘C’ Watch found this message in a bottle whilst checking the rescue boat, we assume he wanted it go a bit further, so we sent it on its way."

The message reads: "Dear Finder, Please accept this small present from the artist. I launched the bottle into the River Liffey on 1 July 17 as part of the message in a bottle arts project. I would love to hear when, where and how you found it. Regards, Brian."

But it seems that Dublin Fire Brigade were not the only people to have found the message as it heads on its journey, because Seán Cannon-Earley has commented in twitter of Dublin Fire Brigade and added his video where he wrote the same message.

Read other news on the city site of Dublin.

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