Excellent spoof imagines living through a Conor McGregor home invasion

During the build-up to his first welterweight fight against Nate Diaz in March, Conor McGregor made an impromptu home visit in LA.

A fan had put out McGregor decorations in support and the Dublin star repaid his loyalty by calling to his apartment.

Now Irish comedian Seán Burke and his wonderfully deadpan co-star have put together a sketch based on the UFC star handling his defeat to Diaz by invading their home and refusing to leave.

Video from Seán Burke.

From trash-talking squirrels out the window to using colouring books as mindfulness therapy - this is a note-perfect parody.

"Plus we're very unlikely to get burgled."

Worth watching the whole way through for the Jose Aldo zinger at the end.

H/T: joe.ie

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