A video released by TMZ appears to capture famous boxer Mike Tyson laying into a fellow plane passenger who reportedly wouldn’t stop harassing him.
While Tyson was initially gracious, including taking a photo with the excitable fan’s friend, the man’s energy and desire to endlessly talk with the former heavyweight got old very quickly. He asked the man, who was described by a source close to Tyson as being “extremely intoxicated,” to leave him alone. Of course, the man did not heed his request, and the boxer hit his breaking point.
A brief clip captures Tyson raining blows onto the man’s head, and the video then cuts to the pouty, bleeding man with several scrapes on his face. Judging by the lack of damage and/or apparent concussion, it seems like Tyson went easy on him.
The man reportedly received medical attention and has contacted police, though there is no word on whether an investigation has been or will be launched.
This is a direct contrast to the Mike Tyson of late March, who successfully defused a tense situation in which a man challenged him to a fight, and then pulled out a firearm.
Instead of attacking him or pummelling him to near death, Tyson gave the man a hug after letting him talk smack.
“Mike actually hugged the man, at which point he finally left without further incident. We’re told people started to trickle out after that with some trepidation — not knowing if the dude was lurking somewhere down below in the streets. After a bit of time, Mike departed too,” TMZ reported at the time.
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