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
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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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