Dustin the Turkey disses Dundalk in his new book Wikibeaks

He covers Dundalk in a chapter called Kip Advisor

Tia Clarke


Tia Clarke



IDDT Dustin the Turkey

Dustin the Turkey had some choice words to say about Dundalk

Ireland's favourite outspoken turkey, Dustin has publicly dissed Dundalk.

Dustin told Today FM's Ian Dempsey yesterday morning that he exposes a number of things in his book, Wikibeaks, including how "Dundalk has been given back to the Brits", in a chapter called Kip Advisor. 

Dustin the turkey has a new book out called Wikibeak's just in time for Christmas 

The cheeky turkey told the radio host: "This is good news, Ian."   

Dustin also told Ian how he was staging a "peaceful riot" outside " uachtar reoite ", otherwise known as Áras an Uachtaráin yesterday so that President Micheal D. Higgins would pardon him this Christmas. 

After chanting "Mickey D, set me free!" the foul-mouthed turkey told Ian: "I deserve a pardon for the cultural contributions I've made to Ireland."   

If you are interested in buying Dustin's new book Wikibeaks it is "available in all good bookshops, and a couple of dodgy ones as well", according to the turkey himself. 

In Wikibeaks, Dustin also 'exposes' fans of Other Voices who he refers to as "bed-wetting music junkies" and RTE star Dermot Bannon as "TV's greatest spoofer" saying the architect "couldn't design a dog kennel."