"They could possibly kill someone. They don't know how dangerous this is," the nurse said, referring to the coronavirus epidemic.
The man, who has yet to be identified, was sleeping inside his tent when workers tried to remove it.
There is no known example in medical history of semen being used to treat back pain.
Only 130,000 people arrived Sunday to see Pope Francis's mass in Dublin, amid large-scale protests against child sex abuse in the church.
Dublin police officers had to set the apprehended man free, before officially and immediately detaining him themselves.
"My ears felt like they were going to explode," a passenger said of the aircraft as it made an emergency landing.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting Ireland.
A 30-second video shows a plane shifting through the air and down to the tarmac.
The Canadian PM also went for a run with his Irish counterpart.
Prime minister will call a citizens' assembly in October to advise the government on whether a pro-choice vote should be held.
The man, believed to be in his twenties, is "in a serious condition."
Did Dublin gangsters try to fool police by pretending to kill in the name of a united Ireland?
The 'Irish Independent' used its front page to stand up to threats from organized gangs.
Local politician says that tackling the spiral of addiction is also crucial
The incident, which is being investigated by police, occurred before a major boxing event.
The annual event commemorating Leopold Bloom's epic stroll in James Joyce's novel features worldwide marathon readings and Gorgonzola sandwiches.
A new report highlights the danger of Ireland's restrictive abortion legislation.
68% of Irish citizens would like to have a national vote on abortion after controversial legislation has not settled the matter
Northern Ireland's firebrand preacher turned peacemaker dies