This is the moment a Liverpool crowd went wild for Conor McGregor during his first ever appearance in the city.
The MMA legend hosted a Grand National after-party at city centre club Mansion to a 1,000-strong crowd.
In typical over-the-top fashion Conor arrived at the club shortly before midnight in a fleet of white Rolls Royces spotted throughout the day across Liverpool.
The two-belt champion touched down at Liverpool John Lennon Airport yesterday morning in his private jet before being taken to the Hilton Hotel and onto Aintree.
After spending the day at the Grand National Conor arrived at the Temple Street club where he was greeted by hundreds of fans waiting outside.
He made the most of a rare day off training to party into the early hours at a packed Mansion.
The extrovert star even tried his hand at DJing, jumping on the club鈥檚 decks to show off in front of the crowd.
Promoter Michael Ellis, from Mansion, said: 鈥淲e鈥檝e had lots of celebrities at the club but this has to be the biggest event we鈥檝e ever been a part of in the six years we鈥檝e been open. It鈥檚 been on another level.
Conor McGregor's lost weekend in Liverpool
Arriving at Aintree
Conor McGregor at the Aintree Grand National in style on Saturday
He touched down on his private jet at John Lennon Airport before cruising off in an entourage of five high performance cars including three £200,000 white Rolls Royces.
One of the Rolls Royces that arrived to pick him up was draped in an Irish flag as one excited fan shouted: "Here comes the king!"
His Grand National outfit...
The event is famed for it鈥檚 style stakes but no outfit caused a stir quite like the MMA star鈥檚 fashion choices.
Notorious arrived in a nipple-baring shirt to show off his tattoos and a pair of flipped open sunglasses.
You will have to splash the cash to be able to get Conor鈥檚 look though with the gaudy pieces totaling over a massive £2000.
Topless at Aintree
The nipple-baring Notorious turned heads and made Liverpool ladies swoon with a bold patterned undone shirt that showed off his tattoos and flipped open sunglasses.
Ignoring the runners and riders on the racecourse, dozens of photographers jostled to get a snap of the 28-year-old UFC legend who calmly swigged on a glass of coke while strutting towards the course.
HE DJs at Grand National after-party at Mansion
Following his dazzling Aintree appearance, the UFC fighter had crowds going wild during his first ever appearance in the city.
He hosted a Grand National after-party at city centre club Mansion to a 1,000-strong crowd.
A second night in town
Following his appearance in Mansion, McGregor continued to draw crowds in Liverpool as he headed to a party at a city centre club.
This time he headed to Empire on Seel Street on Sunday night.
The Irish fighter spent the day relaxing at the Hilton hotel before arriving at Empire club at just after 11.30pm to attend a private function.
Ends up at a Huyton house party
Rumours spread on Monday night that Conor McGregor was in a house party in Huyton after a number pictures of Conor and his new mates were shared on social media.
The UFC superstar later went on to confirm his whereabouts after posting the picture below on his Instagram along with the caption: "Liverpool we run your entire city".
McGregor's image of himself posing on the bonnet of a car has now had more than 377,000 likes on Instagram.
Whether the two-weight UFC champion ended the night dancing in a zipped up blue jacket or a cowboy hat remains unconfirmed.
鈥淭he reaction he gets is ridiculous, wherever he goes it鈥檚 madness. At the airport, as soon as he touched on our soil, people were hanging out of the windows trying to see him.
"Even driving to the Hilton there were cars pulling up alongside us and slamming on their brakes in traffic to try and look in the windows, and bouncing the kerb outside the hotel just to see him."
Conor has a massive social media following worldwide and fans have been tracking his movements around the city with the help of Twitter and Instagram.
One of his last posts shows him sitting in a Rolls Royce on his way to Aintree. It is captioned "The Irish Beatle" which suggest the star has enjoyed his time in the city.