Boxer Scott hits the can­vas ... with paint

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

Cam­bus­lang boxer Scott Har­ri­son has hit the can­vas again, with im­pres­sive re­sults.

The for­mer world cham­pion, who is cur­rently in Shotts pri­son, has painted a knock­out im­age of the fa­mous Duke of Wellington statue – com­plete with traf­fic cone – on Glas­gow’s Royal Ex­change Square.

The art­work shows the 1844 statue next to a ban­ner ad­vert for the“Beut” sa­lon – that is a beauty sa­lon on the city’s south side run by Har­ri­son’s part­ner Stacey Gardner.

In 2012, Har­ri­son was con­victed of as­sault­ing three men in a club near Malaga 11 years ago. He was ex­tra­dited to Spain in 2015 af­ter ex­haust­ing the ap­peal process and is ex­pected to be re­leased from pri­son this year. Sev­eral ex­am­ples of the fighter’s art­work have emerged re­cently, many with links to Glas­gow.

Giv­ing it welly Har­ri­son’s paint­ing of the fa­mous statue

Artist Boxer Har­ri­son has taken up paint­ing

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