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Instagram Post Could Prove Costly For Conor McGregor

Instagram Post Could Prove Costly For Conor McGregor
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Conor McGregor caught plenty of attention over the weekend when he turned up open-shirted to Aintree for Saturday's Grand National at the Liverpool course.

McGregor's trip to Merseyside was not just for a day at the races, he was also scheduled to make an appearance at the city's Mansion nightclub on Saturday night.

While in Liverpool, McGregor was pictured, on his own Instagram account, standing atop a Rolls Royce.

That was not his own car. It was rented.


A point reiterated by Platinum Executive Travel, who rented the car to McGregor.

A spokesperson told the Liverpool Echo:

He is stood on the car acting like it is his own.

It is not his own.

Aleem Iqbal, whose father owns Platinum Executive Travel, has also been firing some shots at McGregor.

In a response to McGregor on Instagram, he told the UFC lightweight champion that his deposit on the car would not be returned.


When you own one Conor you can stand on it like Floyd until then you can lose your deposit for standing on mine.

Worries about the damage McGregor may have caused did not stop him emulating McGregor's post.

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