Tyson Fury spends £557 on take-out delivery of pizza, chicken wings and steak to feed his family


Tyson Fury pulled out all the stops for Saturday night dinner over the Easter weekend when he spent over £500 on take-out.

The boxer, 31, ordered the massive feast to his home in Morecambe, Lancashire, to feed his wife Paris, her parents and their five children – who are holed up at home together during the coronavirus lockdown.

Tyson took stock of the food order from the delivery driver who was sure to remain two metres apart from the sportsman at all times.

Just a quiet night in: Tyson Fury pulled out all the stops for Saturday night dinner over the Easter weekend when he spent over £500 on take-out

He placed the boxes and bags of hot foot on the step and allowed Tyson to transport the goods back into his home.

Amid the order was a stack of pizzas, mixed grill platters, king prawns, steak and chicken wings.

There was also 25 cans of Diet Coke as well as orders of Parmo – or Teesside Parmesan – a popular item of take-away food in the Teesside area consisting of a breaded cutlet of chicken or pork topped with a white béchamel sauce and cheddar cheese.

Sides included creamy mash, corn on the cob, spicy rice, onion rings and mushroom saute. 

Stacked! The boxer, 31, ordered the massive feast to his home in Morecambe, Lancashire, to feed his wife Paris, her parents and their five children - who are holed up at home together during the coronavirus lockdown

Stacked! The boxer, 31, ordered the massive feast to his home in Morecambe, Lancashire, to feed his wife Paris, her parents and their five children – who are holed up at home together during the coronavirus lockdown

Lockdown rules: Tyson took stock of the food order from the delivery driver who was sure to remain two metres apart from the sportsman at all times

Lockdown rules: Tyson took stock of the food order from the delivery driver who was sure to remain two metres apart from the sportsman at all times

Delivery! Amid the order was a stack of pizzas, mixed grill platters, king prawns, steak and chicken wings. There was also 25 cans of Diet Coke as well as orders of Parmo

Delivery! Amid the order was a stack of pizzas, mixed grill platters, king prawns, steak and chicken wings. There was also 25 cans of Diet Coke as well as orders of Parmo

Costly! The bill came to a hefty sum - excluding the generous tip Tyson gave the driver

Costly! The bill came to a hefty sum – excluding the generous tip Tyson gave the driver

Tyson declared, as he took receipt of the feast: ‘We’ve got nothing else to spend our money on during lockdown!’ 

The Furys are parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson Fury II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, one.

Paris, 30, was sure to spoil the kids on Easter Sunday too – taking to Instagram to show the grappling to get to a table stacked with chocolate eggs.

Plenty to go round! Paris, 30, was sure to spoil the kids on Easter Sunday too - taking to Instagram to show the grappling to get to a table stacked with chocolate eggs

Plenty to go round! Paris, 30, was sure to spoil the kids on Easter Sunday too – taking to Instagram to show the grappling to get to a table stacked with chocolate eggs

Brood: The Furys are parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson Fury II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, one

Family: She also uploaded snaps of the children in the garden, with baskets, hunting for eggs

Brood: The Furys are parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson Fury II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis Amaziah, one

Festive: 'Happy Easter everyone!' she captioned the post. 'My babies have already started on their eggs'

Festive: ‘Happy Easter everyone!’ she captioned the post. ‘My babies have already started on their eggs’

‘Happy Easter everyone!’ she captioned the post. ‘My babies have already started on their eggs.

‘I asked them why do we have celebrate Easter. They said “Jesus birthday?” Well close enough #hehasrisen’

She also uploaded snaps of the children in the garden, with baskets, hunting for eggs.

On Sunday, despite the lockdown, Paris donned a white designer ensemble to serve up yet another feast of roast beef with all the trimmings.

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