London man alleges Conor McGregor grabbed his phone and stomped on it

LAS VEGAS NV- OCTOBER 06 Conor Mc Gregor of Ireland arrives to the arena before the UFC 229 event inside T Mobile Arena

LAS VEGAS NV- OCTOBER 06 Conor Mc Gregor of Ireland arrives to the arena before the UFC 229 event inside T Mobile Arena

TMZ caught up with Floyd in Beverley Hills yesterday and the boxer was in fine form, wearing a loud yellow hoodie and asking for all the paparazzi to take video of him.

Abdirzk thought McGregor was coming in for a handshake, but instead McGregor allegedly slapped the phone out of Abdirzk's hand and stomped on it several times.

The man, who is from the United Kingdom and was on holidays in Miami at the time, said he spotted McGregor when he was out at LIV nightclub on the Sunday night. He was like, 'Get the f*** out of my face.

In the early hours, 5:20am to be precise, the "Notorious" was alleged to have been involved in an incident outside the Fontainebleau Hotel, and was charged with "strong-armed robbery and misdemeanour criminal mischief". As soon as I pull out my phone, McGregor comes and he tries to shake my hand. "All these security guards literally surrounded me and pushed me out of the way". Move, ' and then I was like, 'Yo, sir, can I have my phone back?'

"He walked away with that trademark McGregor strut that you see him enter the ring with in UFC, ' Ahmed told the British news outlet".

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"We ended up in Liv on a Sunday", Abdirzak said to the gossip website. Abdirzk was swarmed by McGregor's security while McGregor took the phone, got into his auto, and left the scene. A police complaint was filed against the Irishman, who was arrested from his local address later in the day.

On the morning of March 11, a 30-year-old McGregor argued with fan who tried to take his picture with his camera phone. According to the report, the victim said the phone is valued at $1,000.

He was released Monday night on US$12,500 bail.

"Mr. McGregor appreciates the response of law enforcement and pledges his full co-operation".

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