Fury is currently on holiday in Cannes
Tyson Fury appeared to kick out at a taxi which drove off without picking him up on Wednesday evening in France, with the Gypsy King enjoying a holiday with his family in Cannes.
The WBC heavyweight world champion is currently spending time with his family following his triumph over Dillian Whyte last month.
The 33-year-old has posted a number of videos to social media over the past few days, with the Fury crew enjoying the sun in the south of France.
Fury reportedly hired a yacht for his family, which included his wife Paris, father John and his six children.
Fury kicks out at taxi
However, on Wednesday evening, Tyson and John were filmed out together, with the Gypsy King looking slightly worse for wear.
In the video, which was posted on Twitter, Fury – who appeared to be on unsteady legs – was helped across the road by John.
He then tried to get into a taxi, but it seems as though the driver was refusing to open the doors for the boxer. The taxi driver then began to drive off, which promoted Fury to kick out at the vehicle.
— Shakil Wood (@WoodShakil) May 19, 2022
Fury had ‘a few too many’
On Thursday morning, Tyson posted a video on his Instagram story of himself and John out on a run – with the pair admitting that they’d had ‘a few too many’ the night before.
Tyson said: “Nice run this morning dad, through the city, sweat them few sherbets off.”
John replied: “Yeah, too many we had last night, too many.”
Tyson added: “Strong beer though dad, wasn’t it?”
John agreed: “Strong beer, strongest I’ve had.”
Tyson Fury and John Fury out for a run this morning after a heavy night last night…
— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) May 19, 2022
After his victory over Whyte, Fury insisted that he was retiring from boxing. The ‘Gypsy King made the announcement in his post-fight press conference, just moments after he had hinted that he may call time on his career.
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