Former world heavyweight boxing champion and convicted rapist Mike Tyson has discovered he is banned from entering the UK.
The 47-year-old has cancelled a string of appearances in London as part of a promotional tour for his new book after finding out he was banned from Britain.
His publishers said recent changes to UK immigration rules, including any person sentenced to more than four years in prison being banned from Britain, meant he was unable to travel.
Tweets posted on Tyson's official Twitter account as recently as Friday suggest the boxer was unaware he would be hit by the changes. He wrote: "So, UK fans, who is brave enough to get in the ring and ask me a question?"
Tyson will now promote his autobiography Undisputed Truth in Paris.
More top news
Twitter has unveiled a change in its policies to expand the site's powers to deal with abusive behaviour.
The mother of a 21-year-old woman who died after taking potentially toxic diet pills has warned others to avoid using the drugs.
It's a case of mistaken identity as the actress is forced to differentiate himself from an Irish activist sharing her name