Dana White Video Posts Video Showing How To ‘Stay Alive’ After Bumping Into Mike Tyson On Flight
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Dana White has shown 'dummies' how to 'stay alive' if they bump into Mike Tyson on a plane. Have a look for yourself:
In the viral clip, which was posted yesterday, 21 April, Tyson can be seen standing up and repeatedly thumping the man sitting behind him.
The fellow passenger in question had reportedly made a number of comments to Iron Mike, who eventually snapped.
Well, the UFC boss shared a video today in which he demonstrated the correct etiquette when meeting the 55-year-old.
In the tongue-in-cheek post, White can be seen sitting in a seat on a private jet.
Tyson then comes over and tells him to move.
"Hey, come on, move it," orders Tyson.
"I like this seat," replies White.
To which the ex-boxer snaps back: "I like it better."
White then hops up and shuffles off to another seat while Tyson makes himself comfortable.
He posted the clip with the caption: "Hey dummies, for future reference, this is how you stay alive when bumping into @MikeTyson on an airplane."
Tyson's representatives released a statement earlier today, 22 April, regarding the viral clip showing his violent outburst.
They told The Associated Press: "Unfortunately, Mr. Tyson had an incident on a flight with an aggressive passenger who began harassing him and threw a water bottle at him while he was in his seat."
San Francisco police responded to the incident, issuing a statement that said: "Officers arrived and detained two subjects that were believed to be involved in the incident.
"One subject was treated at the scene for non-life-threatening injuries. That subject provided minimal details of the incident and refused to cooperate further with the police investigation."
Both Tyson and the other party were released pending further investigation.
The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office will be looking into the video and said: "We are not releasing information on the incident because it is an active investigation."
LADBible has reached out to airline JetBlue, who are yet to comment on the incident.