One of Conor McGregor's fancy motors has been seized in Ireland, according to reports.
McGregor's Cadillac Escalade, said to be worth around £75,000 ($99,400), was reportedly taken away for failing to either be taxed, insured or both.
According to the Irish Mirror, the car was one of three to be towed away from a street in Dublin.
A source told the paper: "This isn't the first time he has been warned to sort out documents for that car.
"He was partying with some of his pals in a nearby location while the vehicle was being guarded.
"A tow truck took the vehicles to an impound west of Dublin's city centre."
A second source told the news outlet that McGregor wasn't arrested following the car's removal, but he has allegedly been cautioned and told to make sure he keeps his cars' documentation in order.
Shy and retiring McGregor is currently in the US ahead of his 30th birthday on Saturday. He's currently on bail after he was arrested for throwing a railing and some other junk at a bus carrying Khabib Nurmagomedov earlier this year, which resulted in a smashed window.
After footage of the incident appeared online a warrant was issued for McGregor's arrest, with UFC president Dana White confirming that the McGregor was a wanted man. He later handed himself in and appeared in court in April. He was released on a $25,000 (£17,750) bail.
He is due back in Kings County Supreme Criminal Court in Brooklyn on 26 July.
However, he seems unfazed by it all, sharing footage of his (early) birthday celebrations in Vegas with his fans on social media.
The two-time UFC champ hasn't had a MMA fight since November 2016, but with the reported wedge he picked up after his loss to Floyd Mayweather last year, who would hurry back to work, eh?
Source: Irish Mirror
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