Boxer Tyson Fury walked out of an ITV News interview when he was quizzed about his views and his two-year suspension from the sport.
The former world heavyweight champion repeatedly answered "no comment" before telling ITV News reporter Nick Wallis the interview was "terminated".
Fury, who is to make a come-back this year after a two-year ban, was asked whether he would have to win over a number of people after making apparently sexist, homophobic and antisemitic comments in an hour-long video in 2016.
He replied: "No comment," adding: "I'm a boxer, I'm not interested in politics or anything else."
He then walked out when quizzed about his ban from UK Anti-Doping after he was charged with testing positive for prohibited substance nandrolone.
Fury will return to the ring for the first time in nearly three years on June 9 but his opponent is yet to be revealed.