These Irishmen did not have phones at Times Square, so they asked a woman to take their photo and put it on the internet so that they could find it
They were, as in any other group that spins around the tourist shelter. But they had an unusual request, 23-year-old Bonielo wrote on Twitter.
They said they did not have their smartphones or cameras, so they asked her to take advantage of it.
"We will find it ever," said one of them.
Approximately a week after taking photographs, Bonielo posted him on Twitter, explaining how she met men and wondered if anyone knew them.
In less than an hour, Irish Twitter came to the identity of men, and the picture was sent to those "Times Square" dreamers. The photo was translated 5,700 times.
They traveled to Big Apple, like Sean Tighe, Bernie Waldron and John Devanny from Balihounis County in Mayo County in the northwest of Ireland, according to the Irish newspaper. "There was also a quick chat!"
CNN turned to Bonielo but had not heard yet.
Boniface's tweet Bonito warmed his heart, demonstrating the power of technology.
"As soon as it began to gain momentum, my greatest fear showed a writing error and I have persecuted me forever," wrote Bonielo.