The £ 2 million UFC star Conor McGregor in Dublin is the target of “two men on scooters who threw petrol at the gasoline bomb when he held a taste test” – as Gardai investigates claims that two tube bombs were also left there
- Conor McGregor owns the Black Forge Inn on Drimnagh Road in Crumlin, Dublin
- On Wednesday evening, it was the target of a criminal attack by dropped bombs
- Two petrol bombs were dropped and tube bombs were left on the premises
- The police are investigating the case and there was no damage, no one was injured
Two petrol bombs were thrown at the £ 2 million UFC star Conor McGregor in Dublin.
Police are investigating after the object was targeted Wednesday night, and two pipe bombs were also allegedly found at the scene.
McGregor, who is from Dublin, bought the Black Forge Inn pub on Drimnagh Road in Crumlin in 2019.
Gardai is now asking witnesses to provide footage from the onboard camera recorded in the area overnight.
A source told Dublin Live that before the alleged bombing attempt, two men were seen near the pub on scooters that were closed at the time.
They said: “Two people on scooters were allegedly seen there, passing by the company at the time, and then being chased by two other people who left the property.
“McGregor kept a taste menu in the pub at the same time, so the alleged attackers could assume he was inside.”
The stylish bar features The Notorious, McGregor, strongly in its brand.
Conor McGregor’s Pub was targeted by a gas bomb on Wednesday night
McGregor bought the property for £ 2 million in 2019 and oversaw its transformation
According to the Irish police, nothing happened to the UFC star and there were no casualties