TYSON FURY showed off his rubbish singing – by joining a busker in a BIN to belt out Oasis classic Don’t Look Back In Anger.
The Gypsy King, 31, is never shy to show off his pipes.
But his latest efforts in Cambridge left onlookers absolutely baffled.
The 6ft 9in boxer joined Charlie Cavey – known as the “Bin Man” by locals – for a good, old-fashioned singalong.
Cavey, 39, has been cramming himself into a metal bin to blare out some anthems for 16 years.
But it’s hard to believe there’s ever been a performance as odd as his duet with Fury.
The giant boxer and man in a bin did their best impression of the Gallagher brothers – with the whole thing caught on camera.
Their rendition of the Britpop classic is thought to have happened over the weekend.
And proud as punch Cavey shared the video on his Facebook page, captioned: “Mr Tyson Fury came to say hello.”
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The musical bin plays six, 20-minute sets a day on Trumpington Street – at the very heart of historic Cambridge.
But after his weekend jaunt in Cambridgeshire – where he was also spotted playing golf – Fury headed back to Morecambe as his gruelling training for his next fight with Deontay Wilder continued.
The Gypsy King was pictured out for the lung-busting run alongside fellow boxers Bob Howard and Isaac Lowe.
Fury is keeping sharp ahead of his third clash with Wilder after battering the Bronze Bomber in his first ever loss in February.
The WBC heavyweight world champion was training up to FOUR times a day during lockdown to stay sharp ahead of boxing’s return.
Fury, who once did 700 sit ups in an Instagram workout, is now back to more traditional methods after returning from Marbella.
The Brit star is gearing up for a busy 12 months after revealing that he had agreed to two fights against Anthony Joshua in 2021.
And AJ, who bumped into Fury in Marbella, has revealed exactly what was said.
Tyson and Paris Fury enjoyed a well-earned break in Spain after months of lockdown workouts[/caption]
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Joshua claimed: “[Fury] said: ‘Don’t lose to Kubrat Pulev!’
“I said: ‘That’s something silly to say’.
“He said: ‘Have you got to fight Usyk?’
“I said: ‘Look Tyson – when me and you can get a fight together, we don’t have to worry about Usyk. See you next year’.
“I said hello to Mrs Fury, gave her a wave, and that was it.”