CONOR MCGREGOR has been snapped in Amsterdam visiting a cannabis cafeteria – subsequent to a outrageous box of weed.
The UFC luminary stopped by a Prix d’Ami hotspot on Sunday, and seemed happy to poise for a print while chatting to a male behind a counter.
Whether he knew a pot was being hold by a cafeteria workman stays unclear, though The Notorious looked low in suspicion as he looked around.
The Irishman, 29, looks to be enjoying his outing to a Netherlands.
And he has been gripping his Instagram supporters updated with of his exploits in Holland.
McGregor common a print of him visiting a Moco Museum as he sampled some of Banksy’s artwork.
The MMA idol was final seen in fighting movement behind in Aug outward of his octagon domain.
He warranted around £100million after stepping into a fighting ring to conflict Floyd Mayweather in a quarrel of a century, a hitch he mislaid in a tenth turn to a undefeated American.
But conjecture continues to mountain that a span will face off one some-more time – usually this time it will be contested underneath MMA rules.
“Money”, 40, posted a photoshopped picture on Twitter display himself violence a bloodied Notorious in a octagon on Sunday, captioned: “Certified Killa v Certified B****”
Later in a day, McGregor replied with venom, posting an picture of him indeed elbowing an competition in a UFC bout.
He captioned a snap: “A genuine bend in a genuine fight.”
Last month, Money uploaded a video to Twitter of him bounding into an octagon – wearing Paddy Power shorts, suggesting it could be another broadside stunt.
However, it held a courtesy of Notorious, who replied on Twitter, saying: “Hahahaha really good. Keep adult a good work my son. Yours sincerely, Senior.”
Mayweather has already combined a new hashtag usually for McGregor as he continues his amicable media beef with a UFC lightweight champion.
The undefeated fighter – now braggadocio a 50-0 career record – posted an picture of him interlude a Irishman in their mega-fight final year, captioned: “#MCM Mayweather Crushes McGregor.”