Paul Galvin could still be in hot water over the Kehoe's pub set-to with comic Oliver Callan.
The Green Tea and Nob Nation star may still push for charges against the Kerry football star, if he doesn't get an apology. Sources close to the comic have told the Herald today that Galvin has yet to contact him since squaring up in a Dublin pub last week.
"There's still no apology from Galvin, Oliver has not heard from him," a source explained today.
And it is unlikely that he will hear from the footballer, who spent an "excruciating" night on Saturday watching Callan ridicule him on Brendan O'Connor's Saturday Night Show.
The Herald revealed how the pair became embroiled in a heated confrontation in Kehoe's pub on Wednesday night, which led to a garda investigation. Witnesses included Junior minister Alan Kelly and Labour senator John Whelan.
The All Star footballer, right, was reported to be "very upset" after Callan, inset, made "gay jibes" about him on his radio skit, Green Tea.
He allegedly verbally attacked Callan over the jibes and went to headbutt him -- and gardai from Pearse Street were called to the premises.
It was reported that the bust-up was as a result of an earlier skit focused on Galvin's alleged relationship with Grainne Seoige. However sources close to the pair have dismissed this claim -- insisting that Galvin was "far from impressed" when the RTE funnyman jeered his colourful fashion sense.