On a day of drama at Blanchardstown District Court, Conor McGregor has finally received his punishment for speeding on the Naas Road in March.
After failing to turn up at court for the third time this morning, Judge Miriam Walsh ordered his appearance, stating that "all I'm getting from Mr. McGregor is fingers."
Soon after McGregor showed up and has now been hit with a €400 speeding fine for the offence, which he will be allowed to pay in instalments. He was given two weeks to pay the fine.
Conor McGregor has been fined €400 by Blanchardstown District Court for speeding on the Naas Road in Dublin. He has been given two weeks to pay it and the judge told him he can pay it in instalments if he so wishes
— Frank Greaney (@FrankGreaney) November 30, 2017
— Claire Gorman (@clairemgorman) November 30, 2017