John Fury was seen performing an obscene gesture after smashing up the KSI vs Tommy Fury press conference on Tuesday.
The patriarch of the Fury family lost his temper after around 15 minutes of listening to trash talk between Logan Paul and Dillon Danis ahead of their fight on the same show as his son on October 14.
As a result, Fury Sr ranted, flipped tables and caused chaos which ended the presser early.
He even at one point stood at the front of the stage, grabbed his crotch and mimed some obscene gestures.
This is not the first time boxing fans have seen such antics from John.
Behind-the-scenes footage as part of ITV’s documentary on Tyson Fury in 2020 showed John throwing every punch with his son as he watched Deontay Wilder rematch.
Due to a previous criminal conviction, Fury Sr is not allowed into the USA, therefore he was commentating on a show at York Hall in London that night, before then going to a back room to watch the Las Vegas event.
The clearly nervous father exploded into life in round three when his son knocked Wilder down with a solid right hand.
He shouted at the television: “That’s what a 19-stone man can do.
“When you’ve got heart, when you’re bred to fight, when you’re a king of a race, that’s what [you] can do.
He then grasped hold of his crotch and bellowed: “That’s what come out of these balls.”
After the result was confirmed with the towel thrown in, John phoned Tyson and got through to him in the dressing room.
The pair then shared an emotional conversation with John saying: “You’re the best fighting man I’ve ever seen in my whole entire life.”
Tyson asked: “Did it look good on the telly?”
John replied: “It was the best I’ve ever seen in my life, you couldn’t write it. You’ve done it.”