Conor McGregor has been ordered to carry out five days' community service for his role in a bus attack in New York.
The MMA fighter from Crumlin admitted disorderly conduct as part of a plea deal which sees him avoid jail.
The Notorious will also have to take anger management classes for up to three days.
The MMA star was accused of throwing a metal dolly cart through the window of a bus, carrying fellow fighters during a UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) media event, in April.
McGregor was also accused of throwing a punch at "security detail."
After the incident, the Dubliner handed himself into police, was charged and then released on bail.
Here’s video of Conor McGregor arriving to the King County Supreme Criminal Courthouse moments ago pic.twitter.com/ND7T2dS6J3
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) July 26, 2018
His fellow MMA fighter Cian Cowley from Dalkey also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.