Boxing legend Chris Eubank starts new career as policeman while wearing snazzy bow tie on uniform

Eubank has been lecturing on peace across the US and has ventured into law enforcement.

The 52-year-old has been made a certified law enforcement marshal as he works as a police marshal in Opelousas, Louisiana.

The Sun revealed how Eubank had been touring the Deep South, giving lectures on how to ‘peacefully defuse difficult situations’.

In the Twitter video Eubank, dressed in police uniform, is at the scene of a car crash.

He captioned the post: “Sergeant Eubank proudly on duty in Louisiana.

“All warriors protect and serve, whether one wears a badge or not.”

In the video he says: “This is simply a car crash – doesn’t look too bad, no injuries, but I don’t have a rain coat like the rest of the officers, but that’s okay.”

Eubank had prior brushes with the law after his boxing career, in which he reigned as WBO middleweight and super-middleweight world champion.

The former boxer has not fought since 1998, and has since guided his son, Chris Jr, in his own boxing career.

Eubank would frequently wear a police sheriff badge when he attended his son’s fights and sparring sessions as he vowed to protect and serve the boxers in the ring.

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