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Tyson Fury defies UK Government’s self isolation advice as he head out for a pint of beer on St Patrick’s Day

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Tyson Fury defies UK Government's self isolation advice

WBC Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury defied the British government’s coronavirus guidelines by heading to the pub to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, despite the widespread efforts to avoid the spread of the deadly virus.

The UK Government has asked citizens to stay at home unless they need food or medicine, but Fury ignored that advice on St Patrick’s Day as he posted on his Instagram story videos of him singing along while singing along to The Dubliners’ hit ‘The Craic Was Ninety In The Isle Of Man,’ and wishing everyone a happy St Patrick’s Day as he headed to a local pub in Morecambe, UK.

He later shared a photo of himself drinking beer with friends and boxer Isaac Lowe at the pub.

Tyson Fury defies UK Government's self isolation advice

Fury has been holidaying in his home town of Morecambe, the UK since defeating Deontay Wilder in February.

His next outing was expected to be against Deontay Wilder in July in their third showdown in Las Vegas, but the Coronavirus epidemic might make that date appear unlikely.

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