Tyson Fury told ‘f*** you p****’ after family hijacks home workout again

Tyson Fury’s live training session did not exactly go to plan, with one of his children yelling ‘f*** you, p****’ after being kicked out.

The heavyweight champion is keeping himself busy during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Fury even took to squatting his wife in the lounge of his Morecambe house, leading him to take on Instagram live workouts.

Footage has emerged, though, of his latest attempt being hijacked by his own family.

In the clip, the Gypsy King is about to perform a series of 10 star jumps.

He is joined by wife Paris and three of the children – but the heavyweight champion does not want them there.

“Get out, I’m doing my workout,” he yells.

“All of you, come on. Go and play computer games or outside.”

But one of the boys quickly yells back: “F*** you.”

Fury and his wife try to ignore it while starting the star jumps.

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“F* you, p**,” the boys yells again, which sees Paris quickly leave the room to tell him off.

The Gypsy King ends the reps before bursting out with laughter to the camera.

It comes after the Brit made an incredible gesture to the NHS as they battle the spread of coronavirus.

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Fury said: "It's such a difficult time for everyone across the world at the moment. In this country the NHS workers, as always, are being amazing and truly inspirational in the work they are doing," he said.

"I have been told that NHS workers are getting lots of food donations but not enough drinks so I contacted my sponsors WOW HYDRATE and we have agreed to donate tens of thousands of electrolyte water drinks.

"The giveaway has worked well so far in a number of London facilities and we are all delighted that we can do a little bit to help the amazing NHS workers to stay healthy and hydrated by providing drinks that are high in vitamins B6, C and D which along with electrolytes boosts immunity and aids recovery."

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