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Anthony Joshua's title defence against Oleksandr Usyk in September.An official complaint about the 57-year-old ex-Sky pundit’s alleged behaviour was made to the Metropolitan Police. He was charged in March with threatening, abusive or insulting words to cause harassment, alarm or distress, and appeared before magistrates.

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Patrick Vieira 'lashes out' at Everton fan as Toffees pitch invade in unsavoury scenes
Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira scuffling with a group of Everton supporters following the Toffees' 3-2 victory at Goodison Park on Thursday night.The Frenchman was walking across the pitch after the game before being mobbed by a number of manic fans, who had invaded the pitch to celebrate Everton securing their Premier League survival.Vieira reacts when one man appears to tap him on the head, and is seen lashing out at the fan and trying to trip him up as he backs away, and soon after, a handful of others fans swarm in and start shoving the Palace boss.Eventually, Vieira backs away and heads for the tunnel again, but he can count his lucky stars things didn't get too out of hand."Everton need docking points for that," one fan wrote in response to the footage."Not exactly the kind of manager you want to be messing with, those fans got off lightly," wrote another.It comes just two days after Sheffield United star Billy Sharp was headbutted in the face by a Nottingham Forest supporter during a pitch invasion at the City Ground following the Championship play-off semi-final between the two sides. Should more be done to prevent pitch invasions? Let us know what you think in the comments section belowThe unsavoury scenes marred what is sure to be an unforgettable night for Everton fans after they secured Premier League survival in dramatic fashion by coming back from two goals down to win 3-2.Goals from Jean-Phillipe Mateta and Jordan Ayew had given Palace a commanding lead heading into the break, but Frank Lampard's side came out all guns blazing in the second half to turn the game around.Michael Keane grabbed the home side's first of the afternoon before Richarlison equalised with 15 minutes to play.
ITV Beat The Chasers' Paul Sinha hits back at backlash over 'unfair' question
Beat The Chasers star Paul Sinha has spoken out after a backlash from fans of the show.The popular ITV quiz show aired on Monday (May 16) night bringing with it controversy for viewers after one 'incorrect' answer they were adamant was actually right.The moment has now been labelled as 'brutal' by Paul who is known to fans as The Sinnerman.He was joined by Shaun 'The Dark Destroyer' Wallace, Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis, Jenny 'The Vixen' Ryan and Mark 'The Beast' Labbett for the show as well as Australian The Chase star Issa Schultz, aka The Supernerd who stepped up to fill in for Anne Hegerty when she caught Covid prior to filming.During the episode, viewers saw contestant Steven battle it out against three of the chasers to win himself a not too shabby £25,000 in just 42 seconds.However, fans weren't happy when host Bradley Walsh asked: "What Patrick Swayze film became a West End musical?"Paul quickly answered: "Dirty Dancing."But Bradley, 61, told him his answer was in fact wrong and the correct response would have been Ghost.Confused viewers then took to Twitter to admit their disappointment at the answer being deemed wrong.One wrote: "Dirty Dancing is definitely a musical though? #BeatTheChasers." @Josneat said: "Glad he won but the Patrick Swayze question was really unfair as I’ve seen dirty dancing in the theatre. #BeatTheChasers."Another added: "Bit of a naughty question...