This afternoon.

Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor leaves the Criminal Courts of Justice after been convicted of assaulting a man in a Dublin pub and fined €1,000.

He was given one month to pay the fine.

Rollingnews

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This morning.

Members of the public attempt to pose for a selfie with Conor McGregor as he enters the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin today to face assault charges from April of this year.

More as we get it.

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29 thoughts on “Grand Job

  1. dhod

    which assault is this? the old man in the pub or one of the assaults that can’t be properly reported in this country?

  2. Dr.Fart

    extremely lame, wanting a photo with that national disgrace. and to be a national disgrace in ireland, where we have national disgraces coming out our arses, really is quite a feat. so well done to all involved, mcgregor for being no more worthy than snot in a jar, and to the real life snot in a jar talking a pic with him. losers one and all.

    1. newsjustin

      And to the middle class hand-ringers who rabbitted on about how McGregor was actually quite a good role-model for working class people. He wasn’t, ever. He was always a chancer (that’s putting it mildly).

      1. Qwerty123

        That literally never happened, in fact the opposite was the case and people were saying the middle classes were looking down their noses at him and he was a great role model due to success etc, only when he started making racist and homophobic remarks did the working class heroes quieten down, and now the various assault allegations, he is now a pariah (with over 100mill in the bank).

      2. Dr.Fart

        una mullaly is a prime example of that. she “discovered” a working class rap group and tweeted about them ordering everyone to go to their gigs and support them, and then later was angered that they were in fact, unsurprisingly, rapping about sex and violence, and called them immature and crass. presumably confused that they weren’t rapping about things like equality and repeal etc.

          1. Dr.Fart

            she’s a dose. i agree with a good bit of what she says, but then she’ll be hanging around with katherine zappone and sayin she’s great. which flies in the face of the moral standing she takes and gives out to people for not also taking. or she’ll do things like when joe mackens badly ran businesses folded she blamed literally whoever was reading the article for not supporting “independent restaraunts” even tho he was a scummy business man who regularly didnt pay suppliers and staff. i also think you can claim to be a small independent business when you have 8 restaraunts. then there was the time the coffee shop beside her house closed down, we were all to blame for that too, because we didn’t go to HER local coffee shop enough. that got an article. hard to take seriously when she does creppe like that.

      3. diddy

        a chancer? not a hope. a self made multi millionaire yes. and that’s self with a capital S. kudos for that.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      And let me guess, not enough of a conviction to bar him from the likes of the US where he’ll earn millions?

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