Conor McGregor cut loose in a Florida bar this week as he bought 100 shots of his own Irish whiskey and handed them out to punters.
The controversial UFC star and his entourage piled into Miller’s Ale House in Hollywood, Florida on Wednesday.
Pictures show McGregor being invited behind the bar area by staff and he was more than happy to take pictures with fans and pour them some drinks.
McGregor even treated those in attendance to a free shot of his own Proper 12 whiskey before buying a couple of bottles for himself.
After partying with the revellers in the bar area, McGregor went back to the kitchen and even cooked himself a few steaks.
Reports suggest McGregor’s bill came to a total of $636 (£480) but he wanted to show some appreciation for the bar staff and left a generous tip of $200 (£151).
McGregor has been in South Florida celebrating his mother’s 60th birthday with family, according to updates posted across his social media channels.
The Irishman was arrested earlier this month after being accused of stamping on the phone of a fan on Miami Beach.
According to local 10 news, citing the arrest report, McGregor and the fan were leaving the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel, home to the LIV nightclub, just after 5am on Monday, March 11.
An altercation is believed to have taken place when the individual in question attempted to take a photograph with the UFC star. The 30-year-old now faces charges of misdemeanor criminal mischief and strong-armed robbery.
The arrest report goes on to add further detail that McGregor ‘slapped the phone out of the man’s hand and then stomped on the phone several times.’ He is then said to have picked up and walked away with the phone, the report adds.
The victim, a 22-year-old from Slough, said the phone was worth around $1,000 (£755).
Police are reported to have spent the day investigating the incident before arresting McGregor on Monday (March 11) evening at a home in Miami Beach. The Dubliner was then booked into Miami-Dade jail.
It was reported that McGregor is currently being held on a $12,500 (£9,500) bond at Miami-Dade County’s Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.
In August last year Mayweather fought what he insisted was his last ever bout when he stopped McGregor in the tenth round.
Analysing some of the action from their first fight, which generated over £400million in revenue, The Notorious posted on Twitter: “I spoiled it with the rush right hook here. The angle was made. He was in the dirt.
“I just had to set correctly into my feet and fire. Rushing the right hook I lost balance on my back hand.
“Great boxing fight! A rematch will be interesting no doubt.”
McGregor started tweeting about the shock loss to Diaz on Tuesday morning, which was the third anniversary of that stunning upset at UFC 196.
Diaz, a late replacement, choked the Irishman out despite McGregor promising to stop him in one round.
Conor McGregor has been reflecting on his first defeat in the octagon against Nate Diaz
It then led to a lucrative rivalry between the pair, with McGregor eventually winning the rematch.
Reflecting, McGregor also admitted UFC was no longer among his biggest revenue streams.
‘What a sequence. One of the craziest fights ever. Also the birth of McGregor FAST,’ McGregor said on Twitter.
‘The rematch was voted the greatest fight in UFC history. My last one was a small bit wild also.
‘I love this game. This is my third level of income at this point. I just do it because I love it.
‘It’s fascinating to me watching that loss back. Then watching the come back.
‘We can always come back!
What a sequence!
One of the craziest fights ever.
Also the birth of McGregor FAST!
The rematch was voted the greatest fight in UFC history.
My last one was a small bit wild also haha
I love this game.
This is my 3rd level of income at this point.
I just do it because I love it.
3 years ago today, McGregor v Diaz
It’s fascinating to me watching that loss back. Then watching the come back.
We can always come back!
Anyone can do something once. It’s Can you do it twice is the question. That’s why I doubled up on the belts every time.
Any fool can do it once.
‘Anyone can do something once. It’s can you do it twice is the question. That’s why I doubled up on the belts every time. Any fool can do it once.
And, reflecting on his professional boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather Jr, which he lost, he added: ‘I spoiled it with the rush right hook here. The angle was made.
‘He was in the dirt. I just had to set correctly into my feet and fire. Rushing the right hook I lost balance on my back hand.
‘Great boxing fight! A rematch will be interesting no doubt.’
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