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.
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.
Dublin, exact location unspecified.
Luke Brennan writes:
The White House
Irish journalist takes a selfie/photo-of-ceiling during Donald Trump and Enda Kenny St Patrick press conference in the Oval Office.
It’s not about YOU.
The local guys were already complaining in the White House press room. They’d never before seen such an unmerciful scramble. “I’m surprised they even have TV in Ireland,” a cameraman was overhead snarking to a colleague…
Media goes wild for Trump, but the feeling is not mutual (Miriam Lord, IrishTimes)
One of ten new public statues in the rather superbly named city of Sugar Land in Texas.
The female group selfie dip in bronze.
Apparently, the locals hate it.
The Macbook Selfie Stick.
Not a real thing.
Unless there’s demand. And then, yes, probably a real thing.
Following a spate of selfie related accidents, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs has released a handy icon-based visual guide.
You have been warned.
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