Claim by Adam Majewski and of his mother Eugenia Markowska for damages dismissed.
A Circuit Civil Court judge has told a woman and her son they should be arrested if they stay in Ireland beyond Friday as there are enough rogues and gangsters in the country.
Circuit Court President Mr Justice Raymond Groarke made the remark after hearing the evidence of Adam Majewski (36) and of his mother Eugenia Markowska (56), from Poland.
The two had each claimed €60,000 damages in separate proceedings for injuries they allegedly suffered in a collision in Blanchardstown, Dublin, in November 2013.
Mr Majewski and his mother both denied taking a claim for damages in the UK against Tesco for another road traffic case.
Mr Kearney said the defence had evidence that proceedings had been brought in the UK by two individuals with the same names, addresses and dates of birth.
After hearing evidence of Mr Majewski and Ms Markowska, Judge Groarke adjourned the case briefly to allow them to talk with their legal team.
Following the adjournment, the court heard that Mr Marjewski, Ms Markowska and ms Williams were withdrawing their claims.