Conor McGregor has paid a fine to secure the release of his three luxury cars from a Dublin pound.
The UFC fighter allegedly failed to display valid tax or insurance discs on any of the motors, resulting in a towing.
The vehicles themselves – a 152-red Cadillac, a Range Rover and a Mercedez Benz jeep – are worth a combined total of €315,000, yet the multi-millionaire coughed up just €480 to have them freed.
Gardai seized the cars from Hatch Street in Dublin city centre in the early hours of Sunday morning, taking them to the pound in Inchicore.
The Notorious, who will celebrate his 30th birthday this weekend, used the cars to drive himself, his partner and a group of mates to a birthday bash on Harcourt Street.
Conor uploaded a video to his instagram account- thenotoriousmma- showing the group arriving in one of the seized cars- the Cadillac Escalade.
In order to regain possession of the cars, McGregor, or a representative, would have been required to present valid tax and insurance documents, under Section 41 of the Road Traffic Act of 1994.
This incident is the latest in a long line of run-ins with the law for the notorious fighter.
On June 14, he appeared in a New York court, following charges of misdemeanour assault and a count of criminal mischief.
Video footage of the UFC lightweight champion and his entourage viciously attacking a bus-load of other fighters went viral.
Last November, Conor was summoned to Blanchardstown Court for a speeding fine, after doing 158km/hr in a 120km/hr zone.