Tyson Fury splashed out more than £550 on enough food to feed an army as he hunkered down over the Easter weekend.
The heavyweight world champion is spending lockdown with his wife Paris, their five children and his mother and father-in-law.
But they would have struggled to munch through the mammoth order which included pizzas, mixed grills, steak and chicken wings.
Fury even had the chefs whip up Parmo, a breaded chicken dish which hails from Middlesbrough, and ordered 25 cans of Diet Coke to wash down the feast.
The self-styled Gypsy King then handed the delivery driver a £100 tip having ensured he remained two metres away at all times.
Paris, 30, dismissed any suggestion the Furys were flouting lockdown rules by having a gathering.
“The food order was just for us and the children,” she told The Sun. “We have got five children and the food arrived in a lot of boxes.”