CONOR McGregor has been ordered to appear before Blanchardstown District Court to answer a speeding charge.
He was charged with exceeding the 100kmh limit on the N7 Naas Road at Rathcoole on March 31.
McGregor seemed to make light of the situation, however, as he documented his court appearance with several posts on social media.
The court was then adjourned and at some point late in the morning McGregor was spotted rolling up to the courthouse in a BMW sports vehicle.
He said: "I apologise and I'll pay the fine". After the hearing, McGregor walked outside, flanked by his lawyers and mobbed by paparazzi, hopped in his ridiculously expensive sports auto, rolled down the window and yelled, "Come and get me!" as the driver sped away.
Judge Walsh said she was happy to deal with the case by accepting a guilty plea and without hearing any further evidence over the payment issue. "If he wants to make a case he has to be here", she said.
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"This is absolute disrespect to the court". You can tell him about my ire. "I am very annoyed with Mr. McGregor", said Judge Miriam Walsh.
"As is my normal question in relation to the fine I have to ask you a question, how much do you earn?"
"€140 million (£120m/$160m)", McGregor bragged, reports the Mirror. He sped away from the courthouse in his BMW, shouting out the window "Come and get me!".
"She also said that the reigning UFC Lightweight Champ must slow down and, despite his fortune in life, to 'take cognisance of other people using the road".
The sportsman, who claimed he earned £125million for one fight, has been given two months to pay the bill.
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