You know how I am always talking about how Gronk is living the fantasy live we all dream of living?
Well, UFC champion Conor McGregor’s life is also becoming the stuff of legends.
For proof of that all we have to do is take a look at how “The Notorious One” spend this past weekend on a three-day bender that looked like more fun than anything I have ever done in my life.
Here’s how it all went down.
First, McGregor boarded his private jet (what else?) and flew to Liverpool for the Grand National at Aintree.
Naturally, he showed up wearing an unbuttoned shirt and flip-up sunglasses because why wouldn’t he?
From there McGregor headed over to Mansion and partied the night away…
Day three sees our hero head to another club, Empire…
It was there that the story gets, somehow, even more interesting.
You see, while at Empire, McGregor met some people from Huyton, a Liverpool suburb, and decided to crash their house party…
It’s that last photo there, of all things, that has landed McGregor in some hot water, because the car was a rentalas the Liverpool ECHO reports…
That has angered bosses at Platinum Executive Travel – who today told the ECHO they were assessing the car, believed to be a £240,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith, for damage and considering whether to take legal action.
A spokesman for the Midlands-based company told the ECHO: “He is stood on the car acting like it is his own.
“It is not his own.”
The extraordinary row first came to light when social media personality “Lord” Aleem Iqbal, whose dad Saleem runs the executive rental firm, posted an angry response to McGregor’s post.
In it he said: “When you own one Conor you can stand on it like Floyd until then you can lose your deposit for standing on mine.”
Somehow I think McGregor will be able to sort it all out.