He may have been forced to withdraw from his title rematch with Wladimir Klitschko following an ankle injury, but world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury clearly remains in high spirits.
It was clearly an expensive round for Fury, who provided photographic evidence of his generosity on his Twitter account.
This is how much I love my fans, euro 2016, 200 jäger bombs, for the the fans, pic.twitter.com/pmzjQ5kU8f— #Gypsyking (@Tyson_Fury) June 26, 2016
His act of kindness made for a jubilant atmosphere at the establishment in question, with the fans surrounding him very much up for a party.
Tyson Fury in Nice, buying 300 jäger bombs for English fans. pic.twitter.com/2JSqM9V47D— Melissa Chapman (@MelissaJChapman) June 26, 2016
Fury was clearly enjoying some light relief, ignoring allegations of doping made against him in the Sunday Mirror earlier in the day, which had forced his promoters to issue a statement denying any wrongdoing and insisting they were "baffled" by the claims.
Whether Fury and the England fans will be in a celebratory mood at full-time on Monday, or will they be drowning their sorrows after a shock defeat, remains to be seen.