Road safety chief: McGregor should give good example to young drivers

Liz O’Donnell says slap on the wrist over speeding offence shows ‘law applies to everyone’

30th December, 2018
UFC fighter Conor McGregor has been banned from driving for six months after a string of traffic offences Picture: PA

Road Safety Authority chairwoman Liz O’Donnell has called on UFC fighter Conor McGregor to give a “good example to young people” after he was given a driving ban for speeding.

McGregor was put off the road for six months in court last month for driving his Range Rover at 154km per hour in a 100km per hour zone in Kildare. The 30-year-old has 12 previous traffic offences including driving while holding...

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