UFC fighter Conor McGregor was forbidden to drive six months and a fine of 1,000 euros (88 pounds) after being caught driving at 95 mph in a 60 mph zone in his native Ireland.
McGregor, thirty, was stopped in October last year by police in Co Kildare while traveling about one and a half times the speed limit.
He appeared before a judge and a courtroom that was shot at the Naas District Court in Co Kildare, just west of Dublin.
Prohibited: UFC fighter Conor McGregor was disqualified from driving for six months and fined 1,000 euros (88 pounds) after being caught at a speed west of Dublin
He faced charges of four offenses, one for speeding, and three of his driving licenses.
McGregor apologized to a judge who said he was disappointed with the UFC fighter.
McGregor reminded the number of deaths on the roads and asked why he did not become a more serious accusation.
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McGregor faced a fine of between £ 300 and £ 350 and five points on his license, but it's the second time he was caught at speeds in the same area in 18 months.
In November 2017, McGregor was fined 400 euros (£ 350), and in March he was in Rathcoole, Co Dublin, just ten miles from Naas.
McGregor is one of the best-paid athletes in the world. Last year it won 19.5 million pounds of fighting and 5 million pounds of consortium, according to Forbes.
In September, McGregor played his own Whiskey, the Right Twelve, who claimed she had "spent her entire life studying this craft" and had a long family history in the distillation process.
McGregor said his whiskey brand is "the right Irish whiskey from a real Irish man."
Whiskey is described on its own Instagram page as "a blend of finest golden grains and one malt with hints of vanilla, honey and roasted wood."