‘I’m drunk, I’m high… the cop goes, “Oh s***, Mike Tyson!”‘: 53-year-old reveals he was let off by the police after driving while under the influence of marijuana and alcohol
- Mike Tyson has shared he was let off by police after driving under the influence
- ‘Iron Mike’ said he was under the influence of marijuana and alcohol driving
- However, police let him off and helped him get to his destination, he says
- The 53-year-old is plotting a return to boxing via exhibition bouts this year
Mike Tyson has revealed how police let him off after he was pulled over while driving under the influence of marijuana and alcohol.
The former heavyweight champion of the world, 53, made the admission on his latest Hotboxin’ podcast.
He said: ‘I remember one day I got pulled over, I’m drunk, I’m high. So they pulled me over and they said, “Pull up on the kerb”.
Mike Tyson has revealed how he was let off by police after driving under the influence
‘Iron Mike’ said he was high on marijuana and alcohol when he was pulled over by a police car
‘So I pull up, I go on the kerb… boom boom! Oh s***! The cop turns and looks and he goes, “Oh s*** Mike Tyson! F****** hell!”
Tyson explained that he asked the officer to help him get to a destination, and the officer obliged.
‘So I said, “Sir, can you help me get to this address?” Then he took me to the f****** address where the drug spot was and I said, “Thank you sir” and I was free!
‘Oh s***! I’m high as a motherf*****.’
Tyson has been training ahead of a proposed return to boxing, 15 years after he retired from the sport that he dominated for the best part of 20 years.
‘Iron Mike’ has posted footage of himself working out and looking in great shape, with his blistering speed and power showcased in the videos.
It is thought that he will participate in exhibition bouts for charity, and a number of former heavyweights have come forward to say they’d like to share the ring with him.
Evander Holyfield has said he’d like to face Tyson a third time while Shannon Briggs has also expressed an interest.
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