Act 2, Scene 1

What is ironic about Polonius' attempt to learn about Laertes life in Paris?

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The irony in Polonius' desire to garner as much information as possible about Laertes, even if the information (bad info) is made up. This action is in complete contrast with the advice he gives Laertes in Act I, Scene III, before he leaves for Paris.