UFC superstar Conor McGregor has been charged with robbery in the USA after allegedly stamping on the phone of person from Slough.

Miami Beach Police said that the Irish fighter slapped the victim’s phone out of his hands and “stomped on it several times” after the man attempted to take a picture of the UFC fighter.

The report added: “The defendant picked up the victim’s phone and walked away with it.”

The alleged victim, a 22-year-old from Slough, said the phone was worth around $1,000 (£755).

McGregor has been charged with "strong-arm robbery and criminal mischief" after the incident outside the Fontainebleau Hotel on March 11.

This arrest comes after the 30-year-old fighter had a brush with the law in the US over a violent incident at a UFC event. Several people were hurt when he hurled a trolley at a bus, smashing a window, as it left the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn in April 2018. He was given a community order and sent on an anger management programme.

UFC president Dana White described the fighter's actions as "the most disgusting thing that has happened in the history of the company".