FORMER fighting champ Chris Eubank has turn a troops officer in America — notwithstanding being arrested twice in a UK.
The 52-year-old is now a city organise in Opelousas, Louisiana.
Eubank has had no grave troops training though is strictly authorised to detain people.
The ex-world super-middleweight champ has been furloughed a Deep South, giving lectures on how to “peacefully defuse formidable situations”.
A source said: “Chris is over a moon with his new roles and takes them really seriously. He might have had run-ins with a law though he is a reformed impression and anticipating to widespread assent opposite America.
“He is lecturing on how to defuse disorderly situations regulating words, not punches, that is mocking given his background.”
Eubank landed a badge after being introduced to a ranking central by a “friend of a friend”.
Yet in 2005, he was arrested after holding a drink lorry though consent, after melancholy to “deck” a driver.
He was found guilty of illegally pushing though a owner’s consent, though privileged of aggravated car holding and given an comprehensive discharge.
And dual years later, he was nicked after pushing his American lorry to Downing Street in a criticism opposite a troops function of Ira.
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