In the run-up to Halloween, scary-looking clowns have been appearing on city streets across the western world.
The goal is to intimidate and give people a fright, although a clown in Sweden took things a huge step further and actually stabbed a passer-by.
And now people have begun to retaliate; as we reported earlier, three friends recently attacked a baseball bat-wielding clown on the streets of Sydney, Australia, and a gang-banger actually pulled a gun on a clown in Los Angeles just the other day.
So, with all this clown-related craziness going on and Halloween barely two weeks away, the fellas at The Lad Bible decided to ask Conor McGregor for his thoughts on the sinister looking pranksters.
In a Facebook interview, The Notorious explained how he’d handle a scary clown, were he to come across one;
“I’ve seen people dressed up as clowns or something like that.” he said.
“I would slap the head off of one (clown). You see some guy jumping out screaming in your face dressed in a clown mask? I’d slap the head off him pull the clown mask off and stick it up his ass! You know what I mean? What the fu*k even is that? I don’t what the fu*k even is that. Have people been killed or what? I haven’t heard that people have been killed. You’ve heard that maybe there’s stabbing and stuff like that but I don’t know, it’s fu*ked up! I don’t know it’s fu*ked up. Just don’t come near me in a clown suit. In fact, don’t come near me, period. Come near me and I’ll slap the head off you anyway. But if you’re in a clown suit I’ll slap the head off you even more so.”
So, if you’re (somehow) attending a Halloween party that McGregor is at in the coming weeks, maybe don’t go as a clown. You’d be better off dressing up as Eddie Alvarez!