Tyson Fury has thrown an impromptu sparring session with his dad John in front of local fans at Morecambe Bay.
The two-time heavyweight champion of the world treated a crowd of lucky followers to a small glimpse of his preparations for his next fight on the beach.
Fury was filmed by several onlookers carrying out a pad work session while the group cheered him on.
Tyson Fury took part in an impromptu sparring session with his dad John at Morecambe Bay
The heavyweight champion gave the crowd of lucky onlookers a glimpse into his preparations
The 32-year-old moved to the seaside town permanently in 2011 and has been spotted out and about in the local community in recent days.
But his latest appearance would have surprised even the most avid fans of Fury, and nearby police soon advised those in attendance over social distancing guidelines.
The mini-session saw John, who has recently joined Instagram, putting his son through an intensive flurry of blows as the sun set in the background.
Fury was filmed by fans carrying out a pad work session as the sun set on the seaside town
The Gypsy King will face Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight after defeating him in February
Fury won the WBC title after downing Deontay Wilder in spectacular fashion in February – and will now be preparing to take on the Bronze Bomber again ahead of their trilogy bout.
The fight was initially scheduled to take place this summer but has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Promoter Frank Warren has confirmed that Fury will re-enter the ring in December. His opponent may be Wilder to round off their US stadium trilogy, or another fighter for a hotly-anticipated UK homecoming behind closed doors.
However, Fury has come under fire, and sparked widespread outrage on social media, after using the N-word during his 32nd birthday celebrations.
Fury was heavily criticised for using the N-word while singing during birthday celebrations
The boxing titan marked the special occasion by going for a run through the town, but then posted an 11-minute video on his Instagram page which gave fans a behind the scenes glimpse at him opening his presents.
Fury, however, provoked anger for using the racial slur while singing ‘Juicy’ by rapper Notorious B.I.G.
He had repeated the lyrics, ‘And if you don’t know, now you know, n****’ while holding his youngest son Prince Adonis, who is 18 months.
Sportsmail had approached Fury’s representatives, MTK Global, for comment.
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