Tyson Fury claims Netflix series should have filmed him having a poo

Tyson Fury has branded his own Netflix documentary ‘bulls**t’ after claiming the crew wouldn’t film him taking a ‘s**t.’

You can’t make this up!

The docu-series follows the boxing legend, 35, as he comes out of retirement, with wife Paris Fury masterfully taking charge of the household amid the chaos, while elsewhere, Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, both 24, embark on becoming first-time parents.

Despite the nine-parter being a success with viewers, the TV personality wasn’t all that impressed with the end result.

During an episode of Sundae Conversation with Caleb Pressley, Tyson said: ‘Netflix didn’t want to film the whole reality.’

Elaborating on what he meant by ‘reality,’ he continued: ‘(It’s) proper bulls**t. I said you need to film me taking a s**t, you need to film me having a shower, you need to film me in the bath and they said, “Nope, can’t do it.”‘

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This comes after Paris was reportedly devastated after viewers took issue with the way he treated his 33-year-old wife.

One viewer described his behaviour as ‘dreadful’ as another insisted Tyson’s mental health struggles are ‘no excuse’.

Speaking to OK!, a source said: ‘Paris is heartbroken by the comments she’s seeing about Tyson.

‘She has always known he’s someone difficult to get your head around and that he can be hard work, but she didn’t expect him to receive such a bad reception from the public.

‘She’s so headstrong, so she’s finding it really hard to see so many comments taking pity on her for the way Tyson’s mental health sometimes causes him to behave.’

Tyson, 35 and Paris wed in 2008 and share six other children together – daughters Venezuela, Valencia, and Athena, and sons, Prince John James, Prince Tyson II, and Prince Adonis.

And the couple announced on Monday that they had welcomed their seventh baby.

Metro.co.uk has reached out to Tyson Fury’s reps and Netflix for comment.

At Home With The Furys is available to stream now on Netflix.

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