What Is Up With Australia And Digital Insertion During Competitive Sports?
An Australian netballer was recently given a two-week suspension for making illegal contact with an opponent. Just what was that illegal contact? The Warrnambool Standard has the disturbing scoop.
"The Standard can reveal that the player was accused of sticking her finger up an opponent's skirt several times and making inappropriate contact with her behind and crotch area. Witnesses reported seeing the victim crying after the round 12 match."
Perhaps even more frightening? According to The Herald Sun, this isn't the first time that an Australian athlete has been suspended for providing some very unwanted contact with an opponent.
John Hopoate, a disgraced rugby league player, resigned from the West Tigers in 2001 after receiving a 12-match suspension for unsportsmanlike conduct.
He was found guilty of poking the backsides of three North Queensland players.
Message to Australian athletes: please stop getting grabby with your opponents. The rest of the world thinks it's weird, and you're really creeping them out.
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