Judge Miriam Walsh this morning said the UFC star has "done nothing but give fingers to the court" after he failed to turn up after the case was adjourned for a second time last week. You can tell him there will be a bench warrant coming in his direction if he's not here'.
'It may sound stupid but I have to ask - please don't tell me that you earned 110 million in one day'.
The UFC star appeared in court after failing to pay a initial fine for breaking the speed limit on the Naas Road in March of this year.
"I have to ask you the question... how much to you earn?"
He was given two months to pay and could do so in instalments despite his huge cash-in from the Floyd Mayweather bout in August.
When asked by a reporter about the claims he's a wanted man, McGregor responded with, "Come and get me".
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This is the third time McGregor was due in court to address the speeding ticket and the judge proceeding over the case wasn't too pleased, according to a report from The Mirror.
Solicitor Graham Kenny said he didn't know where McGregor was.
One image shared on McGregor's Instagram account showed the Irishman arriving at the courthouse in his BMW i8 sports auto accompanied by the caption: "Getting charged in the super charge".
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. "It's an absolute disrespect to the court", she said.
But The Notorious didn't seem overly concerned Thursday morning when leaving court after pleading guilty to a speeding charge. I am very annoyed with Mr McGregor.