Earlier this week, we told you that Conor McGregor had wound up at a house party in Liverpool where he was pictured casually standing on top of a rented Rolls Royce.
Pretty standard Notorious behaviour but it appears he's irked a few people with his latest stunt.
The owner of the company where McGregor rented the luxury vehicle has taken exception to his property being potentially damaged.
Aleem Iqbal, AKA Lord Aleem, has taken to Instagram to voice his displeasure and it seems that he's not happy with the Crumlin native.
Aleem has posted a picture of himself standing on top of two Rolls Royces while claiming that it's okay because they're his. Fair point but passive-aggressive much?
We can only assume that Conor is sitting at home right now plotting his next smart-arsed social media move in response to this. We're looking forward to seeing what he comes up with.