CONOR Mcgregor has been snapped in Amsterdam visiting a cannabis cafe – subsequent to an enormous box of weed.
The UFC celebrity stopped by the Prix d'Ami hotspot on Sunday, and appeared joyful to pose for a photograph whereas chatting to a person behind the counter.
Whether or not he knew the marijuana was being held by the cafe worker stays unclear, however The Infamous seemed deep in thought as he seemed round.
The Irishman, 29, seems to be having fun with his journey to the Netherlands.
And he has been retaining his Instagram followers up to date with of his exploits in Holland.
McGregor shared a photograph of him visiting the Moco Museum as he sampled some of Banksy's paintings.
The MMA icon was final seen in preventing motion again in August outdoors of his octagon area.
He earned round £100million after moving into the boxing ring to battle Floyd Mayweather in the battle of the century, a bout he misplaced in the tenth spherical to the undefeated American.
However hypothesis continues to mount that the pair will face off another time – solely this time will probably be contested underneath MMA guidelines.
Mayweather hinted once more yesterday at an eagerly-anticipated rematch in the UFC with McGregor.
"Cash", forty, posted a photoshopped picture on Twitter displaying himself beating a bloodied Infamous in the octagon on Sunday, captioned: "Licensed Killa v Licensed B****"
Later in the day, McGregor replied with venom, posting a picture of him truly elbowing an opponent in a UFC bout.
He captioned the snap: "An actual elbow in an actual battle."
Final month, Cash uploaded a video to Twitter of him bounding into an octagon – sporting Paddy Energy shorts, suggesting it might be one other publicity stunt.
Nevertheless, it caught the eye of Infamous, who replied on Twitter, saying: "Hahahaha excellent. Sustain the great work my son. Yours sincerely, Senior."
Mayweather has already created a brand new hashtag only for McGregor as he continues his social media beef with the UFC light-weight champion.
The undefeated boxer – now boasting a 50-zero profession report – posted a picture of him stopping the Irishman in their mega-struggle final yr, captioned: "#MCM Mayweather Crushes McGregor."