Your browser is out of date, and may not be compatible with our website. A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below. Just click on the icons to get to the download page. An Australian rugby league player was charged Tuesday for his part in a sex tape saga engulfing the scandal-plagued competition barely a week before the new season kicks off. Penrith's Tyrone May was charged by police for allegedly filming and sharing images of sexual acts with two separate women on different occasions without their knowledge.
The rugby sex scandal that shocked Australia
Australia rugby league player charged over sex tape scandal - Sports - The Jakarta Post
Australian Rugby League Sydney Roosters have issued a statement after one of the their players, Mitchell Pearce, was caught on camera simulating a sex act on a dog and also apparently urinating on said dog at a drink-fuelled party. The brief statement says the player has been reported to the NRL's integrity unit and will also be subject to an internal investigation. I don't have a sexuality. The dog is taken away by its owner who then accuses Pearce of urinating on the dog. Pearce then grabs the dog again, resumes simulating the sex act, before the host snatches it out of his hand and orders Pearce and his mates to leave the party. Listen on Watch on Listen on. Subscribe for free.
Another sex video scandal rocks Australian rugby league
Matthew Johns is one of the best-known figures in Australian rugby league circles. But in the last week he has made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Within 48 hours of a television documentary on a group sex scandal involving Johns and 11 other rugby league players, he had lost his three main sources of income: presenting a high-profile rugby league show on Channel Nine; coaching the Melbourne Storm team; and writing a magazine column. At the time of the incident, Clare, who was then aged 19, was working at a hotel in Christchurch, New Zealand, where the Cronulla Sharks stayed while on a pre-season tour.
Sydney's Daily Telegraph said it had viewed two videos that have begun to circulate on social media, with one allegedly showing a man calling a woman a "ratbag" and striking her during a sex act. I don't know the details. I will wait until I am briefed.