John Wright in his article "Chris Eubank deserves his place as a modern legend" (M Star January 23) omits one interesting point about his career.
He was a typically flamboyant supporter of the anti-war movement.
I recall the occasion when he made his views known by driving around Trafalgar Square in his huge truck until some PC Plod quoted an obscure section of a 19th-century road traffic act at him.
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