Conor McGregor's £2m pub in Dublin is targeted in shocking PETROL BOMB attack

Conor McGregor's £2m pub in Dublin is targeted in shocking PETROL BOMB attack

Conor McGregor’s £2m pub in Dublin is targeted in PETROL BOMB attack overnight, with police investigating shocking incident at Black Forge Inn

  • 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  


Conor McGregor‘s £2million pub in Dublin was the target for a criminal attack on Wednesday night.

Two petrol bombs were thrown at the property on Drimnagh Road in Crumlin and two unexploded pipe bombs were left at the scene.

Police have launched an investigation into the attack and fortunately there was no damage caused and nobody injured.

More to follow…

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

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

The UFC star was unharmed and there were no victims, according to Irish police

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