Tyson Fury kisses gay man in bid to prove he is not homophobic
The boxing champion has made a series of controversial claims regarding homosexuality.
British boxer Tyson Fury has ‘kissed’ a gay man in an attempt to prove he is not a homophobe.
Paul Cole – a gay shop manager – says he confronted the star over his comments in a pub earlier this week.
“I told him, ‘I can’t stand you’,” Cole told The Sun.
However, he says he was shocked by Fury’s reaction – which he claims has changed his opinion of the world champ.
“He [Fury] said he wasn’t homophobic and suddenly rubbed my beard and kissed me on both cheeks,” he said.
“I’ve changed my mind about him. He’s a big friendly giant who’d float my boat if he was gay.”
However, we are not sure Fury’s other critics will be so easily pleased, after angering thousands by making a series of homophobic comments recently.
The heavyweight champion has refused to apologise after claiming that once homosexuality, paedophilia and abortion are all made legal, the world will end.
The boxer also claims to have “evidence” that paedophilia was legalised by a fictional ‘Gay Rights Act 1977’.
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