Conor McGregor has Dublin court in splits during his hearing for overspeeding
Irish mixed martial arts champion Conor McGregor had everyone in a Dublin courtroom in splits recently when he was called to appear in a case of over-speeding
Irish mixed martial arts champion Conor McGregor had everyone in a Dublin courtroom in splits recently when he was called to appear in a case of over-speeding. McGregor is accused of speeding on the Naas Road in Dublin on March 31. When McGregor was asked by the judge if he remembered speeding on the day in question, he replied: "Hmmm I can't remember to be honest. What I did also hear is, I tried my best to pay for it.
The judge then ordered the filthy rich fighter to pay a fine of 350 GBP and gave him the option of paying it in parts. To this, McGregor burst out laughing and calmly informed the judge that he earns as much as $110 million in one day. McGregor was obviously referring to his mega fight with American boxer Floyd Mayweather in August. The courtroom broke up, it is learnt, before the judge warned the arrogant fighter: "I would warn, despite your fortune in life, that you take cognisance of other people on the roads."