UFC champion Conor McGregor has been warned he could face legal action - by the luxury car hire firm whose Rolls-Royce he was pictured standing on while partying in Huyton.
The Irish mixed martial arts fighter has been seen at several locations in Merseyside since arriving for the Grand National festival last weekend.
And in one of his own Instagram posts he was pictured standing on the bonnet of a luxury car in the driveway of a house, believed to be in Huyton.
That has angered bosses at Platinum Executive Travel - who today told the ECHO they were assessing the car, believed to be a £240,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith, for damage and considering whether to take legal action.
A spokesman for the Midlands-based company told the ECHO: 鈥淗e is stood on the car acting like it is his own.
"It is not his own.?/p>
The extraordinary row first came to light when social media personality 鈥淟ord鈥?Aleem Iqbal, whose dad Saleem runs the executive rental firm, posted an angry response to McGregor鈥檚 post.
In it he said: 鈥淲hen you own one Conor you can stand on it like Floyd until then you can lose your deposit for standing on mine.?/p>
Platinum Executive Travel also said they would be looking in to the conduct of the chauffeur who was hired with the car.
The company spokesman, who did not confirm to the ECHO how much deposit had been paid for the vehicle booked by McGregor, said the professional fighter would not be welcome to book through them again due to 鈥渢he level of disrespect鈥?he had shown.
The company allows people to book out chauffeur-driven luxury and supercars, including Rolls-Royces, Ferraris, Porsches and Lamborghinis.
The ECHO is attempting to contact Conor McGregor for comment.