FIGHT king Conor McGregor was still going strong after an extraordinary five-day booze bender yesterday.
The fun-loving MMA star showed his stamina by partying with pals in Liverpool.
McGregor had a wild night at the post-Grand National party[/caption]
‘The Notorious’ took centre-stage at Manison nightclub in Liverpool[/caption]
He arrived on Merseyside on Saturday by private jet to watch the Grand National at Aintree.
Public footage of his marathon stint shared online included the star giggling in a treehouse with pals, standing half-naked on a bed, and also on the bonnet of a £240,000 Rolls Royce.
A short video clip showed McGregor in a tree-house with pals during a night-time jaunt at a wild house-party in Huyton.
Other images showed him draped half-naked in an Ireland flag while standing on a bed holding a bottle of booze in the air.
One Facebook video features McGregor sounding the worse for wear as he urges a woman to join him for a party.
McGregor joined crowds at the faces, bearing his chest and wearing sunglasses[/caption]
'Notorious' smiled for cameras and posed for pictures with fans at the race event[/caption]
But other material of the global star during his stay was not understood to have been widely shared.
And his return home to Ireland was delayed amid talk of videos of his partying falling into the wrong hands.
McGregor, tipped for a boxing showdown with Floyd Mayweather, has caused quite a stir since arriving at John Lennon airport on Saturday.
He proudly shared an image online of him sat on the wing of his private plane.
‘Notorious’ then donned a nipple-baring unbuttoned white Louis Vuitton shirt, beige chinos, flipped open sunglasses and silver shoes and showed off his iconic chest tattoo as he arrived at the famous race-course Aintree.
McGregor and his pals watch the racing at Aintree[/caption]
Conor watched the racing with pals in a Louis Vutton shirt during his boozy weekend[/caption]
Conor was mobbed by fans all weekend[/caption]
Dozens of race-goers jostled to get a snap of the 28-year-old UFC legend.
And afterwards the heavily tattooed star headed to nightclub Empire for a private function.
In the early hours of Monday, the fight king was said to have attended various houses in Huyton.
The two-weight UFC champion posted a snap on Instagram of him on top of a £240,000 prestine Rolls-Royce Wraith with the caption: “Liverpool we run your entire city.”
The Irish martial arts fighter was on the driveway of a house in Huyton.
The snap angered bosses at Platinum Executive Travel, who were assessing the vehicle for damage.
A company spokesman said: “He is stood on the car acting like it is his own. It is not his own.”
The row came to light when Aleem Iqbal, whose dad Saleem runs the executive rental firm, posted an angry online 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.”
Platinum Executive Travel also said they would be looking in to the conduct of the chauffeur who was hired with the car.
McGregor’s marathon booze session was the talk of social media yesterday.
Conor McGregor showed off his sunglasses on Instagram[/caption]
Conor proudly sat on the wing of his private jet as he arrived for the National[/caption]
One fan wrote: “I’ve seen some really bad videos!
“It’s shocking what’s been leaked. I actually feel sorry for the fella.”
An Everton fan took to Twitter to say: “Conor McGregor proving that it doesn’t matter how much money you’ve got or who you are, you’ll always end up in a ket hole in Huyton.”
Another follower commented: “McGregor bouncing round gaffs in Huyton has made today. Not ***** him.”
And one McGregor admirer wrote: “How sick is it that McGregor is doing a 3 day binge in Huyton what a nut-man.”
McGregor went for the open-shirt look at Aintree[/caption]
The MMA star and pals pose in front of McGregor's private jet[/caption]
One of the fight star’s entourage told The Sun last night: “Conor decided to stay in Liverpool a bit longer than planned to resolve a couple of issues.
“He has enjoyed his stay in the city, but it has not been without problems.
“Conor is a popular man and everywhere he goes men, women and their camera phones follow.
“It is safe to say he has made some new friends and acquaintances during his trip.”
McGregor’s agent did not respond to requests for comment last night.
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