Chris Eubank spotted places parking ticket on his OWN Bentley as he pops into Savile Row tailors - Ebals blog


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Thursday, 9 August 2018

Chris Eubank spotted places parking ticket on his OWN Bentley as he pops into Savile Row tailors

Millionaire boxing champ Chris Eubank has been spotted putting a parking ticket on his OWN car before he popped into a posh Savile Row tailors.

The softly spoken 52-year-old, who celebrates his birthday today, was seen driving around Mayfair, London, in his distinctive green, white and black custom Bentley, before pulling into a parking space in Savile Row.

As he got out the car - which bears the number plate I KO - an onlooker claims the father-of-four had a quick scan around before whipping out what looked like a PCN parking ticket.

He then placed it on the outside driver's side of his windscreen.

Eccentric Eubank was dressed in jeans, a blue short-sleeved shirt embossed with a gold badge that looked remarkably like a police shield.

He proceeded to go into the Savile Row tailors Cad and the Dandy, which sells bespoke two-piece suits priced from £1,000 and upwards, and spent around 10 minutes inside.

When he returned empty-handed to his car on Saturday evening he was pictured removing the ticket before driving off again.

Eubank's representatives have been contacted for a comment.

Earlier today, Eubank posted a clip on social media from his boxing days with the caption 'where it all began.'

He added: "This statement has many meanings. I am so happy to be sharing this with you on my birthday."

Eubank, who competed in boxing from 1985 to 1996, achieved 45 wins out of 52 fights during his career.

He reigned as world champion for more than five years, and was undefeated in his first ten years as a professional.

And he is ranked as among the best British super-middleweight boxers of all time.

But he's been back in the boxing ring to cheer on son Chris Eubank Jr , who held the IBO super-middleweight title from 2017 to 2018.

Earlier this year, Ring legend Prince Naseem Hamed claimed Chris Eubank Jr should retire after his defeat by George Groves.

Eubank Jr was outpointed by Groves over 12 rounds in Manchester.

It was his second defeat of his career following his loss to Billy Joe Saunders in 2014, and Hamed called on him to take drastic action.

He said: "This guy is not on the level he thinks he is, he's in a dream land.

"I know this sounds terrible but i think he should finish. I don't think hes a hard puncher; in this game you need a get out of jail card, you need to be able to put them away and smash them up."


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