A MAN’S participation in an equal marriage debate on TV3 has gone viral on line – after his outburst left host Vincent Browne struggling to compose himself.
The debate was part of Vincent Browne’s ‘People’s debate’, which was visiting Cork last night.
The man involved in the debate got his words slightly confused when expressing his opposition to the upcoming same sex marriage referendum.
At the end of his impassioned speech, he said: "We want family values, and we don’t want to see men and women getting married. And that’s the holy all of it."
The audience began to giggle – and soon the laughter spread to the host.
The man, who was initially bewildered by the laughter, soon had it explained to him by another audience member what he had said.
He then demanded the microphone back, and continued on a rant against the majority of Ireland’s political parties, including Sinn Fein, Fianna Fail and the Greens.