TYSON FURY made boxing host Michelle Joy Phelps down a bottle of beer in front of 1,000 spectators before an interview.
The Manchester hero is on a UK tour where he sits down for a Q&A and visited Glasgow on Saturday night.
Phelps, who owns the YouTube channel “Behind The Gloves” was preparing to conduct the evening’s interview before Fury urged her to down her beer.
Fury shouted into the microphone: “You might be an American, but we are in Scotland!”
The boxer got the crowd to chant “down it” and made sure the American finished off her drink.
Phelps tweeted: “@Tyson_Fury made me down a bottle of beer in front of 1,000 fans in Glasgow before we could begin our interview.”
It comes after the heavyweight was captured jumping into a sea in Dundee after losing a bet a day after a Q&A.
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.