Guinness is an alcoholic drink most commonly associated with Ireland, so this woman's image will come as much as shock to many.
Kelly J shared a picture of a pint she was served at Dublin Airport, and frankly it is border crime.
The picture shows Guinness pint with a big head, and she took the picture on Twitter: "Err Dublin Airport, sort it out."
Irene is accustomed to their favorite drink being slaughtered abroad, but on home grown? Not so much.
Guinness fans were not impressed with the offer either.
One commented: "The bar staff should get their P45."
Another replied: "U surly gave it back? Of it."
In response, Dublin Live wrote a guide to avoid such a thing that happens again.
Wimbledon woman Kelly Jackson said ghostly to the airport to "sort it out" and said she sent the pier straight back to "horrified" staff.
Talking to Dublin Live, the Londoner said the last of her euros went on pint and that the staff "apologized profusely" for the joke of a serving.
She said, "A young barman brought over a still indefinite pint of Guinness. I watched as it settled what is now the image, which has received all this attention.
" Shocked I quickly returned to the bar .
"The lady behind the bar looked at it in horror and apologized profusely.
" We shared a joke about it and they asked me a replacement and another free soft drink for my problems. [1[ads1]9659002] "It was all in good humor, but made it a little fun as I actually was at Guinness: Dublin, Ireland. I took a quick photo and passed it on to my Twitter account.
She continued to say it has been flooded with more worthy offers from pubs after the dumgy pint made local news.
She said, "I was quite surprised to see this get attention shortly after you sent the picture and was so warned a news agency in Dublin reporting it.
"I have had some great deals from pubs and bars across Ireland to come and try their Guinness and I hope to be back in Ireland very soon to take them on."
How to pour a pint Guinness
First, first make sure you use the right glass!  After that you need a good 45 degree angle.
Pull the faucet all the way back and fill up 4 / 5th of the pint.
you have to leave it for two minutes – this is essential.
After 120 seconds, fill the rest by pressing the lever forwards – pull circles on the pint to spread evenly.
Someone shows it to the bar staff at Dublin Airport!