Boxer Tyson Fury made a heavyweight splash in Dundee on Saturday.
The former heavyweight champion was in the city for a speaking event at the Whitehall Theatre on Friday.
But after training at the Apex Hotel on Saturday morning he and his training partners surprised thrill-seekers at Foxlake Dundee by making an impromptu jump into the water at City Quay.
Foxlake manager Zak Hegarty said: “They had just done some training across the road and one of them came over and said Tyson had lost a bet and could he jump in.
”We get a lot of people on stag dos and things like that asking the same thing and we always say no but you don’t say no to Tyson Fury.
”People were pretty surprised.”
Some were completely unaware the boxer was even in Dundee.
So I was just doing SUP yoga at Fox Lake and Tyson Fury n his pals jumped in the water Hahahaha why is he in Dundee?????
— Liv (@ritch987) June 29, 2019
Fury defeated Wladimur Klitschko in 2015 to win the WBA (Super), WBO, and IBF a heavyweight titles.
He was stripped off the IBF title within two weeks because he was unable to fight their mandatory challenger as he had signed a rematch cause with Klitschko.
The following year he vacated his WBA and WBO titles because of mental health issues which had led to substance abuse issues.
But after two years out of the ring he made his comeback against Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight crown.
The fight was a draw, meaning Wilder retained the belt, but Fury is now ranked as the best active heavyweight fighter in the world by boxing bible The Ring.
The 6ft 9 fighter is currently on a tour of Scotland where he discusses his life in and out of the ring.
However, it is not his first visit to Tayside
He stayed at the Red Brolly Inn in Ballinluig just days after winning the heavyweight title in 2015.