McGregor got to do manual labor at a church.
Conor McGregor had many in the UFC community scratching their heads in confusion when he went on a tirade leading up to his fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov back in October. McGregor infamously threw a chair at a bus, which injured some of the fighters that were onboard. Instead of receiving any jail time, the Irish UFC superstar was ordered to five days of community service, as well as an anger management course. According to TMZ, McGregor wanted to complete the service outside of the public eye, which led him to help out at two different churches in Brooklyn. In the report, it states that McGregor performed "manual labor" and was an upstanding citizen during the whole process.
It is also stated that the staff at the church enjoyed McGregor's presence and that he was always a positive influence. He even had a "meaningful" conversation with one of the reverends. We know McGregor has always been a bit of a wild card so perhaps he's turned a new leaf after this latest experience.
Now that Mcgregor has completed his sentence, the case has been closed and he can now continue to live his life normally.
As for McGregor's next fight, nothing has been decided yet but it looks as though it will most likely be against Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone.