It's not exactly the most shocking slip of the tongue in the history of celebrity interviews, but you might call Mike Tyson's on-air s---bomb during the New York Knicks halftime show a case of temporary Linsanity.
The former heavyweight champion was being interviewed by MSG Network's Jill Martin at the Knicks-Kings game when he let the four-letter word fly.
Asked by Martin what was the "dumbest money ever spent in his life," Tyson replied: "Anything I ever had. Anything I ever had was dumb," before laughing and blurting out "There was some dumb s---."
Tyson, who seemed to catch his verbal gaffe, sheepishly put his hand to the side of his head and moved on.
Other tidbits we found out about Tyson were that he is the proud owner of between 2,500-3,000 pigeons and thinks his hidden talent is singing but will only warble a tune for money.
One of the last questions Martin asked Iron Mike is if he had one life do-over what would it be?
"That ear thing was pretty heavy," he said referring to taking a bite out of Evander Holyfield's ear during their 1997 fight. "I wish I could do that one over."
""You'd take that back?" asked Martin.
"Yeah," Tyson said. "At least not his ear."