Conor McGregor banned from driving for six months after being clocked at 154kmph

Conor McGregor has been banned from driving for six months after being clocked doing 154km in a 100km zone.
He has also been fined €1,000 for the offence in the Kildare area of McGregor's native Ireland.
McGregor faced the prospect of anywhere between a three and five-point penalty on his driving record - but the court devided to impose a ban.
He arrived at Naas District Court in County Kildare and was pictured smiling as he entered in an expensive suit to learn his fate after being clocked doing 96mph in a 60mph zone.
Walking out of court this afternoon, McGregor said "Just got to drive safer, right?" when asked about the incident. He added: "I apologise, I passed it on to be paid.”
When asked if he would slow down in future, he said "yes".
McGregor's solicitor Graham Kenny insisted his client "meant no disrespect" to the court and had made a "mistake" which he takes "very seriously".
Conor McGregor in one of his expensive array of cars
McGregor, who has 12 previous convictions for road traffic matters, lives fairly close to the area in Lucan, Dublin which is about a 40-minute drive away.
Dressed in a navy suit, white shirt and black tie, he was dropped off in front of Naas courthouse just before 2pm.
He had an umbrella held over him as he walked up the steps to the courthouse. 
School pupils and a small group of fans gathered around the entrance to get a glimpse of the fighter. 
Conor McGregor arrives at court where he is facing a speeding charge 
Judge Desmond Zaidan ordered that the accused appear before Naas District Court today.
Before the case was heard, a source told The Irish Mirror: “If there is nothing unusual about the case, typically it would be five points and a fine of around €300 or €400.
“One possible scenario for someone convicted of speeding would be penalty points and a fine.
“There is always the possibility that the case could get struck out for various reasons like if there is an irregularity, if the case fails because of the paperwork or if the case is not proved.”
Conor McGregor of Ireland reacts after being defeated by Khabib Nurmagomedov of Russia 
Conor McGregor with one his expensive cars

The MMA fighter was last seen in UFC action back in October when he lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov in Las Vegas, with ugly scenes marring the end of the contest.
Yesterdat UFC President Dana White revealed the one thing that must happen before a highly-anticipated rematch can take place.
The ugly scenes have understandably sparked significant demand for a rematch and it would almost certainly become the biggest fight in the history of the sport.
Conor McGregor of Ireland attempts to leave the octagon in chase of Khabib Nurmagomedov 
But White has revealed that they must wait until a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing in December before they can even consider putting both men in the Octagon together for a second time.
“I don't know if the immediate rematch happens because we got to see what the Nevada State Athletic Commission hands down in December when that hearing happens," White told ESPN.
"So I'm not even thinking about that, I'm thinking about possibilities in the future but, right now, not even worth thinking about until we find out what happens in Nevada.”