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Fury, 33, rocked up at The Queens in Aintree earlier this week, but it took a while for folk to notice who he was.
According to Toni, a bartender at the pub, he’d popped in to use the toilet but ended up sticking around for half a pint.
It was only once people recognised him and started asking for photos that he returned from the toilet with his T-shirt off, Toni explained.
She told the Liverpool Echo: "Nobody noticed him at first as he just walked through the bar we were not that busy then I popped my head up and saw Tyson Fury.
"I said to one of my colleges 'is that Tyson Fury' and his manager said, 'Yeah it's him'.
"He then came out of the bathroom and started taking photographs with everyone, he was only in there for five minutes. He had a suit on originally but I think he took his top off because everyone had already noticed him."
Fury previously showed up in the area on another occasion, having been spotted at a coffee shop in Newton-le-Willows earlier this year – something Toni said did the pub ‘a favour’ as locals kept calling in to see if he was there.
"The phone was going off in work asking if he was still there, people started turning up," she recalled.
"One woman even asked if he was still around as his son is such a big fan but he had already left. It was a big shock but he could not have been any nicer to us all and he made time for everybody he was just lovely."
Twitter user Jamie (@any_spare) also posted a couple of photos on Twitter of Fury’s surprise visit to The Queens, writing: “Tyson Fury in the Queens in Aintree.”
The stunned social media user added: “Update he was jogging past and a few of the regulars called him in for a pint he accepted.”
"Has he got his shirt off," one wrote, adding a crying-with-laughter emoji.
Another asked: "Why does he always have his top off???"
A third simply said: "Zero f**ks given."