Conor McGregor showed up late to court today in relation to a speeding charge and incurred the wrath of the judge, Miriam Walsh.
The UFC star appeared in court after failing to pay a initial fine for breaking the speed limit on the Naas Road in March of this year. McGregor also posted photo of himself on Instagram after the Independent's story was published, with a caption that said simply, "The celebrity".
The athlete claimed to the court that he had tried unsuccessfully to pay the fine.
"This is absolute disrespect to the court".
"I have to ask you the question... how much to you earn?" "Please don't tell me you earn more than €110 million in a day?"
The case was rescheduled for later on Thursday after McGregor's solicitor, Graham Kenny - who entered a guilty plea for his client - said that he would call the UFC fighter in an attempt to have him appear in court.
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One issue raised by the lawyer was that McGregor had returned a fixed charge penalty notice for the driving offence without including his middle name Anthony.
The judge ultimately slapped McGregor with a £350 fine - just over $416 USA dollars - and even allowed him to pay his fine in installments despite the fighter just hearing north of $100 million for his fight against Floyd Mayweather in August.
"I wanted to show my respect by turning up here today".
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