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Tyson Fury kicks the cab after a night of ‘strong beer’ while on vacation with his dad John Fury, who admits they had ‘too much’


Tyson Fury kicked a taxi that left without picking it up Wednesday night in Cannes.

The WBC world heavyweight champion is currently on vacation spending time with his family following his victory over Dillian Whyte last month.

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Fury attempted to get into the vehicle…

Tyson Fury kicks the cab after a night of ‘strong beer’ while on vacation with his dad John Fury, who admits they had ‘too much’

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… and was expelled when leaving

Fury has posted a series of videos on social media over the past week from the south of France.

He recently chartered a yacht for his family which included wife Paris Fury, father John Fury and six children.

On Wednesday night, however, Tyson and John were filmed with the champion looking slightly more worn.

In the clip, Fury appeared to be on unsteady legs as he swung down the road, aided by John.

He then attempted to get into a taxi, which apparently did not unlock its doors for him.

The driver then took off, prompting Fury to kick the vehicle.

Tyson Fury kicks the cab after a night of ‘strong beer’ while on vacation with his dad John Fury, who admits they had ‘too much’

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Tyson and John admitted they had a rough night when they went for a run on Thursday morning

On Thursday morning, Tyson posted a video of himself to John in much better condition.

The pair went out for a run together and John admitted they had a few “too many” on Wednesday night.

Tyson began, “Nice run this morning dad, across town, sweat them some sherbet.”

John replied, “Yeah, we had too much last night, too much.”

Tyson added: “Strong beer though dad, right?”

John agreed: “A strong beer, the strongest I’ve had.”

Tyson Fury kicks the cab after a night of ‘strong beer’ while on vacation with his dad John Fury, who admits they had ‘too much’

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Fury is the WBC world heavyweight champion

After the Whyte fight, Fury claims he is now retired from boxing.

However, WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman said he would not be pressured to give up his title just yet.

Sulaiman told Planet Sport: “Tyson Fury has confirmed how great he is inside and outside the ring, he’s a hero too. We’re going to give him time to reflect, relax, he has just made the agent of the division.

“There is no rush to pressure him or his team to make decisions. We will be in communication, he is on vacation with his family.

“I’m not saying we’ll have him three months, there’s no time limit at the moment, I respect Tyson Fury’s level, his private time with his family, but we’ll definitely talk about that in the future. close.

“We have to sort it out if he retires, but right now we’re just giving him some well-deserved time to enjoy his vacation.”

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