TYSON FURY stunned onlookers in Dundee as the heavyweight boxer jumped into a chilly sea after losing a bet.
The 30-year-old was in Scotland taking part in an evening talk at the Whitehall Theatre on Friday.
After completing a training session at the Apex Hotel on Saturday morning Fury was captured jumping into the dock with his training partners.
Foxlake manager Zak Hegarty told The Courier that after losing a bet the Gypsy King was forced to take a dive into the lake.
Hegarty said: “They had just done some training across the road and one of them came over and said Tyson had lost a bet and could he jump in.
“We get a lot of people on stag dos and things like that asking the same thing and we always say no but you don’t say no to Tyson Fury.
“People were pretty surprised.”
The Brit star has returned to the UK after his latest win against Tom Schwarz on June 15 in Las Vegas.
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An under-matched Schwarz was battered in two rounds as Fury completed the first bout in his £80million deal with American promotion Top Rank.
The Manchester hero is set to fight again in September or October, at New York’s illustrious Madison Square Garden.
Jarrell Miller, who is serving a six-month suspension for failing three drug tests before his would-be fight against Anthony Joshua on June 1, has emerged as a potential opponent for Fury.