Conor McGregor could face legal action over 'car bonnet snap'
The owners of a luxury Rolls Royce hired by Conor McGregor for a weekend in Liverpool are considering taking legal action against the UFC star after he posted a snap of himself standing on the bonnet of the luxury vehicle on Instagram.
The Liverpool Echo report on the angry bosses at Platinum Executive Travel, who hire out luxury cars and drivers in UK.
They hired out a car, reportedly a Rolls-Royce Wraith worth over €280,000, to the Dubliner who was spotted at a number of events in Liverpool over the weekend, including the Aintree Grand National.
In an Instagram post yesterday, McGregor is seen standing on the bonnet of the luxury car with the caption 'Liverpool we run your entire city'
However a spokesperson for the car company wasn't so happy, telling the paper: “He is stood on the car acting like it is his own. It is not his own.”
The owners of the car also told the paper they are assessing for any damage and considering whether to take legal action.
They added that McGregor would not be allowed to rent a vehicle from them again due to “the level of disrespect” shown.