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Conor McGregor's recent trip to Liverpool looked like possibly the most amount of fun anyone's ever had, ever.
First of all, he flew into the city in his private jet (what else?) before attending the Grand National at Aintree.
He didn't just walk in casually like everyone else though. Why would he? Instead, he and his entourage showed up in a fleet of Rolls-Royces.
He also flouted the dress code with his... unusual outfit.
Next thing you know, he rocks up to nightclub, Mansion, and throws around loads of fake notes with his face on. LAD.
He was also pictured at a house party in Huyton. He doesn't mess about in terms of the sesh, does he?
However, it's this particular picture that's been causing a little bit of controversy.
To the untrained eye, it just looks like a typical Conor McGregor thing to do, doesn't it? Stood on a £240,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith like he hasn't got a care in the world.
The problem is that the car he's standing on isn't actually his. It belongs to Platinum Executive Travel, a Midlands-based luxury car hire company.
A spokesman for the firm told the Liverpool ECHO: "He is stood on the car acting like it is his own.
"It is not his own."
They're now assessing the car for any potential damage he caused while standing on the vehicle.
Aleem Iqbal, whose dad owns the company, replied to the post saying: "When you own one Conor you can stand on it like Floyd, until then you can lose your deposit for standing on mine."
He's now no longer welcome to use their company as he had shown a high 'level of disrespect'. The driver's conducts is also now being looked into.
Bloody hell, Conor. You don't do things by halves, do you?
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