Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

Michael Conlan defends Irish boxing, Michaella McCollum returns to Ireland and riots erupt in Milwaukee

After a busy weekend in news and sport, here's what you need to know to get caught up this Monday morning.

Drug smuggler Michaella McCollum returns to Ireland

Convicted drug smuggler Michaella McCollum has returned to Ireland after being released from jail in Peru in April.

McCollum was convicted of trying to smuggle cocaine with a street value of almost €2 million from Peru to Spain three years ago.

She arrived back at Dublin Airport on a Ryanair flight at around 8.30pm on Saturday evening.

WATCH: Gary Lineker stays true to his promise as he presents Match of the Day in his pants

On Saturday night, Gary Lineker proved that he was a man of his word as he took to the Match of the Day studios in nothing but his underwear.

Last season, clearly excited by the form his team were showing, the former Leicester and Bacelona player stated that if the Foxes managed to win the league, that he would present the show in his pants. 

With the whole summer to prepare for his forfeit, Lineker appeared on screens in millions of homes wearing a pair of Leicester branded boxers (what else) as he presented the first Match of the Day of the 2016/17 Premier League season.

WATCH: Rescuer pulls woman and dog from sinking car during floods in Louisiana

Footage has captured the moment a rescuer pulled a woman from a sinking car during floods in the US, before disappearing back under the water to rescue her dog.

They were saved just in the nick of time after becoming trapped inside their car during historic floods in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday.

The video, broadcast on WAFB, shows three men, who were on a boat, desperately trying to break into the car as it sinks into the water.

Night of "turmoil" in Milwaukee after man shot dead by police

Rioters fired shots, hurled rocks and set buildings alight during violent clashes after a police officer shot and killed an armed man in the US city of Milwaukee.

City leaders appealed for calm after a mob of around 100 people took to the streets following the deadly shooting.

One officer was hit in the head by a brick thrown through a police car window, while a petrol station was set on fire.

Michael Conlan: I dont think Billy Walsh's loss is USA's gain

Michael Conlan has used his opening win at the Olympic Games to come the the defence of Ireland coach Zaur Antia.

The Georgian took charge of Ireland's high performance last year after Billy Walsh moved to join USA Boxing. Antia has been receiving criticism from many commentators in that past week, due to Ireland's disappointing campaign in the ring.

"Every single media person here keeps going on about Billy Walsh", Conlan told the assembled Irish media after his win over Armenia's Aram Avagyan "It is getting annoying for boxers, because Zaur Antia has always been the main man and always will be the main man."