Dublin Gardaí are investigating an alleged racist assault on an Asian woman in the city.
It comes after footage emerged on social media, showing a group of teenagers pushing her into the Royal Canal on Friday.
The footage was originally uploaded on TikTok, but has also been posted to Twitter.
It shows the woman telling the young boys: "Tell your friends don't racially discriminate, because that's criminal".
Some of them then proceed to push the woman into the canal.
She shouts out while being pushed, as the boys laugh.
An Garda Síochána says it's investigating a report of "an alleged racially motivated incident".
The force says it takes hate crime seriously, and that each and every hate crime reported "is professionally investigated and victims supported during the criminal justice process."
It adds: "An Garda Síochána would encourage anyone who feels they have been the victim of a hate crime to report the matter directly to An Garda Síochána and not to third parties or on social media."
In a tweet, Dublin Lord Mayor Hazel Chu says: "My heart goes out to the assaulted woman Shirley Xuedan Xiong. Make no mistake this was an assault".
She also says she'll be contacting Garda Commissioner Drew Harris this week, adding: "This is far from the first assault case on the canal stretches. Let's work to making it the last."