Conor McGregor failed to attend Blanchardstown District Court on Thursday morning with the UFC Champion due to appear regarding an alleged speeding offence.
The judge said that a "bench warrant will be coming in his direction if he's not here".
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The Dubliner arrived at court to accept his fine in the afternoon.
His comments came following a court appearance for a speeding ticket he received in a Dublin suburb March 31.
'I would warn, however, despite your fortune in life, that you take cognisance of other people on the roads, ' the judge said. He was given two months to pay and was told he could pay in installments.
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"I'm getting nothing but fingers from Mr McGregor". McGregor had already pissed the judge off by not showing up on time, but was eventually dragged into court when he was threatened with arrest, reports the Mirror.
Mr Kenny said he would call McGregor at once.
McGregor had previously failed to show up twice for his court appearance over the ticket, and it was looking like he was going to make it a third time before he finally showed.
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Garda William Dempsey told the court he had detected McGregor doing 158kmh in a 100kmh area on the Naas Road and a fixed penalty notice was issued to him but not paid.
And she added: 'You can tell him about my ire in relation to the matter. Flanked by reporters, McGregor sped away from court in a BMW i8 (of course), but not before seemingly antagonizing the mob.
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