"The Notorious" UFC lightweight champion had been cited back in March after being caught driving at 98mph in a 60mph zone near Dublin, but had already missed two previous court dates and was now nowhere to be seen for the third one.
Global sportsman, Conor McGregor, has been given two months to pay a fine of €400 following a hearing in Blanchardstown District Court today.
McGregor seemed to make light of the situation, however, as he documented his court appearance with several posts on social media.
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With rumors swirling that Conor McGregor may be in danger of retribution from an Irish crime family, the UFC star issued an apparent invitation on Thursday: "Come and get me!". "If he's making a case, he has to be here", Walsh said. "I am very annoyed with Mr. McGregor".
Forced to attend a Dublin court to answer to a speeding charge, McGregor arrived late wearing a dark green Adidas tracksuit in a $150,000 BMW. Walsh questioned McGregor afterwards.
"I apologise and I'll pay the fine", McGregor replied.
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I wondered what they would do with it, like everyone else. "We could only get a sense of who she was through her actions", she added.
Fining him today the judge added: "I would warn, despite your fortune in life, that you take cognisance of other people on the roads". "Its grown legs and its getting that ridiculous its become amusing. There's no one after us for anything", he told the Irish Mirror.
Tony McGregor, the fighter's father, scoffed at the claim that his son was being hunted by an Irish mob.
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