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Watch: Latest UFC Embedded Captures The Conor McGregor Madness First-Hand

In a matter of hours, Conor McGregor has had another notorious photo added to his newly taken mugshot.

Having spent much of Friday in police custody, the Irishman was released on bail, but not before having his picture taken by the NYPD.

Of course, this was in relation to an incident on Thursday where McGregor and at least a dozen others attacked a bus of UFC fighters at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, New York.

Videos of the conflict from multiple angles spread like wildfire across the world, but the crew from UFC Embedded, the series which chronicles the build-up during fight week prior to a pay-per-view event (in this case, the now-cursed UFC 223), were in the thick of the action.

The footage captured shows a bloodied Michael Chiesa (who was subsequently ruled out of his fight with Anthony Pettis), McGregor and company going bats**t insane, and the moment that ‘The Notorious’ one smashed a window with a dolly cart, with a regretful-looking Artem Lobov also present.

Judging from the thumbnail of the Embedded video, and the cover photo above, the cameraman on hand likely got the fright of his life.

Indeed, such was the chaos, some on the bus were unaware of who was carrying out the attack. Meanwhile, McGregor can be seen screaming “Smash the windows”, despite being warned by security that he would “go to jail”.

Khabib Nurmagomedov, who was the target of McGregor’s ire for a previous run-in with the aforementioned Lobov, calls out the Dubliner once the fracas was over.

“Just tell me where! And that’s it. Why do you need to come here and show up like you want to fight or something. Send a message: ‘Hey, come meet at this place’. Without security and UFC. Just send me message – let me know where and what time – that’s it.”

The aftermath sees UFC president Dana White give his immediate reaction, and although he is rightly pissed off at his superstar’s antics, he is yet to rule McGregor out of competing in the UFC. The video can be seen below.

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