During his downtime outside of training camp, boxer Tommy Fury decided to have some fun by going through a McDonald's drive-thru in a tank.
Alongside the former World's Strongest Man, the two of them took the tank for a spin and made a stop at the fast food chain for a quick bite.
Although the video is yet to be released, both men teased the exciting footage on their Instagram stories. Fury is spotted sitting on top of the tank holding a drink, while Hall can be seen driving through the McDonald's drive-thru.
This is not the first time Hall has driven a tank through a McDonald’s drive-through, as he posted a video on his YouTube channel doing the same thing seven months ago.
During the outing, Hall revealed that his tank weighs a whopping eight tonnes and can reach speeds of up to 50 mph. As they approached the McDonald's restaurant, the staff were understandably surprised by the sight of the tank and started filming and taking photos.
Although the drive-through presented some challenges for the former Strongest Man, he managed to navigate through the tight lanes and corners to place his order. To avoid the hassle of getting out of the tank, Hall paid and collected his food with a litter picker, before enjoying his meal on the side of the road. Needless to say, the spectacle must have turned quite a few heads among passersby.
Following his recent victory against Jake Paul in Saudi Arabia, boxer Tommy Fury appears to be taking some well-deserved time off. However, Paul is eager to secure a rematch with Fury, as per a clause in their contract.
But it seems like Paul's hopes for a rematch may not be fulfilled, as Fury's father John recently disclosed to the Daily Mirror via Freebets.com that he has been in discussions with the Sauerland brothers regarding a possible match-up with their fighter KSI.
However, John also stated that he has left the Jake Paul rematch negotiations to his lawyer during his rest period, adding that he is confident it can be done if it is feasible.