Conor McGregor expresses delight over his Lidl breakfast bag after West Dublin supermarket is looted and demolished

CONOR McGREGOR has thanked supermarket giants Lidl for opening up and supplying his breakfast after shops across the nation have been shut throughout Storm Emma.

The previous two-weight UFC champion, quickly to be stripped of his light-weight belt, was eager to not have his brekkie taken away, too, this morning.

 McGregor popped out to a Lidl for some breakfast essentials

McGregor popped out to a Lidl for some breakfast necessities

McGregor's breakfast bag included eggs, bacon, sausages, milk and orange juice.

He posted a video to his Instagram story displaying the contents and stated: "Thanks f*** for that. Lidl and all, truthful play to them."

Followers of McGregor can be hoping he's fuelling up for a a lot anticipated return to the UFC.

The MMA star has been vocal about his eagerness to return to the octagon, and has vowed to “battle once more” regardless of claiming his supply to struggle at UFC 222 was rejected.

 Conor McGregor

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Conor McGregor

McGregor made the submit after Lidl retailer in Fortunestown Lane, Dublin, was damaged into, looted and had its roof ripped off final night time.

Lately McGregor's father, Tony, has referred to as on the households large social media following to vote for his daughter Erin in Dancing With The Stars.

The Infamous has been making an attempt to get his followers to vote for his sis by placing up messages on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

However Tony informed the Solar: “The household does have an enormous following on social media nevertheless it doesn’t translate to RTE viewers choosing up the telephone and voting.

 Conor McGregor was thrilled to get to Lidl after Storm Emma's chaos

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Conor McGregor was thrilled to get to Lidl after Storm Emma's chaos

“I do know all about Dublin individuals not voting [on RTE shows] so we’re all doing our greatest nevertheless it’s a special demographic, our followers and the individuals who vote in RTE exhibits.

"We’d like the votes from these individuals.”

The fifty eight-yr-previous stated he is proud Erin has managed to make it into week 9 of the hit RTE dance present, proving critics who predicted she can be an early casualty fallacious.

He added: “There’s a pacesetter pack rising now and it’s all getting very critical. I’m so pleased with Erin having gotten this far.”

CONOR McGREGOR has thanked supermarket giants Lidl for opening up and supplying his breakfast after shops across the nation have been shut throughout Storm Emma.

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