Notorious Conor McGregor Celebrated St. Patrick's Day in Boston After Release from Jail

Updated On 18 Mar, 2019 Published On

After his release from jail last week, Notorious Conor McGregor has been celebrating St Patrick's Day all weekend starting from Saturday night on 16th March 2019.

The former UFC champion headed to Boston's TD Garden to give the Bruins some pep talk before the start of their match against Columbus Blue Jackets.

Conor was also invited for the ceremonial puck drop.

He watched the full match along with the Bruins' fans and also celebrated the team's win after their game.

McGregor somehow managed to be in Boston at the St. Patrick's celebrations despite being in Chicago for the entire day.

The St. Patrick's day celebration came in spite of his arrest last week.

The MMA fighter was arrested by the police after he smashed a fan's phone.

The victim of the incident told that Conor McGregor flew into a rage when he attempted to take Conor's photo.

McGregor snatched Ahmed Abdirzak's phone and stomped it and left away with the broken pieces.

The police authorities arrested McGregor with charges of strong-armed robbery and criminal mischief.  

He was released later that night after paying bail worth $12,500.