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Mike Tyson reportedly offered a zookeeper $10.000 to fight a huge silverback gorilla, because he’s Mike Tyson.
The alleged animal-lover – whose infamous for keeping exotic pets, including tigers and the less glamorous pigeons, at his mansion home – wanted to deck a gorilla so much, he was willing to pay for the apparent privilege.

Luckily the zoo-keeper he tried to bribe declined, but not before Tyson put up a good fight in order to ‘smash that silverback’s snotbox’ – his words, not mine.

Tyson, 52, tried to bribe a worker to open the zoo so he and his then-wife Robin Givens could enjoy a private and romantic stroll among the animals.

Tyson tried to explain his urge to The Sun, and failed, when he said: ''I paid a worker at New York’s zoo to re-open it just for me and Robin. When we got to the gorilla cage there was one big silverback gorilla there just bullying all the other gorillas. They were so powerful but their eyes were like an innocent infant. I offered the attendant $10,000 to open the cage and let smash that silverback’s snotbox! He declined.''

This was the 80s – a time when Tyson, in his twenties, admittedly was a little extravagant with his pastimes out of the ring.