Conor McGregor Angers Judge After Late Arrival To Court For Speeding Charge

Conor McGregor Angers Judge After Late Arrival To Court For Speeding Charge

Judge Miriam Walsh reacted: "I'm getting nothing but fingers from Mr McGregor".

Judge Walsh had earlier forced McGregor to go to the courthouse in person after his solicitor Graham Kenny attempted to explain aspects of the case to the court.

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's making a case he has to be here.

"€140million", McGregor replied as he and others in the courtroom laughed.

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Mr Kenny said he would call McGregor at once.

He spent some time in a consultation room with his solicitor and a friend before appearing in court.

"I have to ask you the question - how much to you earn?" she asked.

"This is like a broken record", said Judge Walsh, referring to the fact that it was McGregor's third time failing to appear regarding the charges.

Walsh also urged McGregor to slow down in future and "take cognisance of other people using the road". "I don't know why it didn't pay". "And don't tell me you earn €110m in one day", she said to laughter from McGregor and the court. He was given two months to pay and was told he could pay in installments.

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