A British woman has said that she was issued a polling card for last week's abortion referendum, and voted in it.
The woman, who called herself Sarah, told her story to 4FM's Niall Boylan Show earlier today.
She explained how she had been sent a polling card, despite the fact that she should not have the right to vote here.
"I went down to my polling station, they couldn't believe it either," she said. "But I was on the list so I voted.
"When I went down there the lady who checked me in, she knows me because I live in the country and she said: 'I never knew you were Irish!' And I said 'No, I'm not.' And she said: 'Well, you can't vote...' but she said 'You have a polling card', so she looked me up on the list and there I was. But I'm not supposed to."
Sarah revealed to the host that she voted No, and told him that that people working at her polling station told her that by the end of the day, between 60 and 80 people were "non-nationals with polling cards who voted".
She also made the claim that she has heard of several people that were eligible to vote who were issued multiple polling cards.
You can listen to the interview here.