Generous Conor McGregor Splashes Out €4,000 On Drinks For Everyone In His Local
A pub landlord has revealed that generous Conor McGregor splashed out around €4,000 (£3,612) on a round for everyone in his local pub.
The MMA-star was in the Black Forge Inn in Drimnagh, Dublin, on Christmas Eve where he insisted on buying everyone a drink, putting some cash behind the bar...quite a lot of cash, in fact.
Speaking to the Irish Mirror the Black Forge's co-owner Liam Flynn said: "He came in and spread the love.
"He bought a round for everybody in the pub. I think it was about €3,500 - €4,000 (£3,160 to £3,612). He's so decent it's unbelievable.
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"He never forgot where he came from which is the good thing about him.
"He still has his friends that he had years ago who he looks after. He meets the most famous people in the world, but he still comes home and talks to me.
"He always comes in here and shakes my hand.
"He gave everyone a measure. He's some beer slinger as well. He must be good at everything that fella.
"He's a global superstar. I will tell you one thing, what has happened to that young lad is that his whole life is after changing now."
Flynn went on to say that he reckoned he'd see McGregor again at some point over the New Year.
The former UFC-champ shared a couple of snaps of himself with some pals in the pub over the festive period, in which he could be seen clutching bottles of his whiskey Proper No. Twelve.
And this isn't the first time McGregor has shown off his generous side, earlier this year he gifted firefighters from the Boston Fire Department 10 tickets to the World Series as well as plenty of bottles of his whiskey - not bad, eh?
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If that isn't kind-hearted enough for you, McGregor is also donating $5 (£3.96) from each case sold to local first responder organisations across the globe - up to $1m (£791,290) - which is bound to be a decent little boost for them as the whiskey has flown off the shelves, especially in the run-up to Christmas.
I mean, who doesn't want to get drunk and feel good about themselves?
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