World heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury stopped to pose for pictures with two real life crime-fighters in Manchester at the weekend.
Two-time world champion Fury, 33, posed for a photo with beat bobbies in the the city’s Exchange Square on Sunday night.
Sharing the snap of a smiling Fury - who stands at 6ft 8in and weighs in at 18 stone - flanked by two officers, Greater Manchester Police said: “Whilst out fighting crime, our officers had ringside seats with this knock out champ, who was more than happy to have a photo with our neighbourhood team in Exchange Square.”
Wythenshawe-born Fury, who now lives near Morecambe, stopped fellow British heavyweight Dillian Whyte with a ferocious uppercut at Wembley last month to retain his WBC world heavyweight belt.
In 2015, Fury was visited by officers from the force when comments he made about homosexuality were reported as a hate crime.