12 Mar - 
Here’s The Mac-Mansion Where McGregor Was Arrested

“In a rich man’s house, there is no place to spit but his face.” —Diogenes

You know you’re super rich when the police have to take their shoes off before arresting you, lest they track any dirt (or DNA) on hardwood floors that cost more than most cops make in a lifetime.

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Conor McGregor, was arrested on Monday (March 11, 2019) and charged with a pair of felonies after allegedly smashing a cell phone, then absconding with the $1,000 device in Miami Beach.

Safe to say his cell at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center was nowhere near as fancy as the 7,267 square foot Mac-Mansion he’s residing at while on “vacation” in South Florida. Check out these pics from Real Estate Agent Nelson Gonzalez.

See another 26 photos of the $5.8 million home on Zillow by clicking here. I would rate this one above the Mac-Mansion in Las Vegas (see it) because of its waterfront. It’s like having an extra toilet without the inconvenience of flushing!

McGregor was released after posting $12,500 bond, which undoubtedly put a financial strain on the mixed martial arts (MMA) superstar. I guess those faucets in his new super yacht will have to be downgraded from gold to brass.

McGregor, who recently completed the terms of his plea bargain from last year’s arrest in Brooklyn, New York, is currently suspended by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) after brawling with Dagestani goons at UFC 229 back in October.

Sounds like just the kind of guy kids like this should look up to!