Rolling with the punches: Infuriated pro boxer Tyson Fury struggles to fit his son's pram into the boot of his car after family shopping trip
He's endured a tough few weeks after testing positive for cocaine, quitting boxing and then backtracking on his resignation.
And things showed no sign of letting up for Tyson Fury as she struggled to get his son's pram into the back of his Range Rover on Sunday.
The heavyweight champion, 28, had finished shopping at Spa supermarket in Morecome, Lancaster with his wife Paris when he battled with the boot to fit the pram in.
Clad in chinos and a white polo and sporting a sophisticated manbag over his shoulder, the Gypsy King rested his knuckles on his car as he pondered how best to go about... read more
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