Chris Eubank repeatedly DRIVES OVER his own designer bag while parking £300k Rolls Royce and gets passer-by to help | The Sun

CHRIS EUBANK got himself in a spot of bother in West London by accidentally running over his own bag… multiple times.

The boxing legend was cruising around in his £300,000 Rolls Royce convertible when his designer carrier somehow got stuck beneath a tyre.

Initially unperturbed, the 56-year-old tried to free the bag, only to inadvertently run it over again.

The former two-division champ was forced to enlist some help and fortunately he found some in the shape of a kindly passer-by.

Assisted by Eubank's famous cane, the stranger got down on all fours to fish out the bag while its owner stayed at the wheel.

Eubank then got out of the car to greet his new pal, pleased to have averted crisis by retrieving his albeit dishevelled looking bag from under his 2.6 tonne motor.


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The former boxing star is assisting his son Chris Eubank Jr as he prepares to take on Conor Benn.

Eubank Jr and Benn will do battle at London's 02 Arena on October 8 in a bout bound to raise more than a hint of nostalgia.

Their dads famously fought twice three decades ago, with Eubank Sr coming out on top in 1990 before the pair shared a draw in 1993.

Eubank Jr recently attended KSI's 02 fight night late last month.

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He appeared in relaxed mood on that occasion – eating a bucket of KFC chicken.

Benn's dad Nigel will jet in from Australia to corner his son in the nostalgic battle.

Eubank Jr, who at 32 is seven years Conor Benn's senior, vowed to teach him a lesson in the 157lbs catchweight bout.

He said: "I will be his fatherly figure in the build-up and at the fight.

"I will take him to school, walk him through the doors, sit him down and teach him everything he needs to learn.

"My advice is ‘get sparring partners who are going to really hurt you for the next eight weeks', that’s his best shot at beating me.

"The pain I will put him through needs to be matched in sparring or it will be too much of a shock to his system."

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