UFC star Conor McGregor’s £2m pub in Dublin is targeted in PETROL BOMB attack overnight – as Gardai investigates claims two pipe bombs were also left there
- Conor McGregor owns the Black Forge Inn on Drimnagh Road in Crumlin, Dublin
- It was the target of a criminal attack on Wednesday night with bombs thrown
- Two petrol bombs were launched and pipe bombs left at the premises
- Police are investigating and no damage was cause with nobody harmed
Two petrol bombs have been thrown at UFC star Conor McGregor’s £2million pub in Dublin.
Police are investigating after the property was targeted on Wednesday night, with two pipe bombs also reported to have been found at the scene.
McGregor, who is from Dublin, bought the Black Forge Inn pub, on Drimnagh Road in Crumlin in 2019.
Gardai are now appealing for witnesses to provide dashcam footage recorded in the area overnight.
A source told Dublin Live that two men on scooters were seen near the pub before the alleged attempted bombing, which was closed at the time.
They said: ‘There was two people allegedly spotted on scooters who passed the establishment at the time and next thing they were being chased by two others who had come out of the property.
‘McGregor had been holding a taste testing menu in the pub at the same time so the alleged attackers may have assumed he was inside.’
The stylish bar features The Notorious, McGregor, heavily in its branding.
Conor McGregor’s pub was targeted by criminals on Wednesday night in a petrol bomb attack
McGregor bought the property for £2million in 2019 and has overseen a transformation
The UFC star was unharmed and there were no victims, according to Irish police