Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Australian rugby star facing huge fine, ban for lewd act with dog (VIDEO)

If you thought the antics of Johnny Manziel recently caught on video were shocking, wait until you see the obscene actions that were captured on tape of Australian rugby star Mitchell Pearce.

The Sydney Roosters bad boy make the Browns quarterback look like a choirboy.

Pearce is set to be stripped of the club's captaincy and fined up to $50,000 after video emerged of him forcing himself on a woman, peeing in his shorts and simulating a lewd act with a dog on Australia Day.

The Roosters halfback could be permanently banned from the NRL.

In the video obtained by A Current Affair, a clearly inebriated Pearce is seen making advances towards a female partygoer and being reprimanded for urinating on a couch at a home in Sydney.

After being rejected by the woman, he can be seen picking up a small  Maltese terrier and simulating a lewd act on the dog as its owner tries to snatch it away.

(WARNING: Sexually perverse video)
This latest incident follows the infamous "woman in the yellow dress" scandal from 2014, which saw Pearce evicted from a Sydney pub after allegedly groping a female patron.

He was fined $20,000 and suspended for an NRL match in May after he was arrested following a wild drinking session with teammates.

The Sydney Roosters issued a statement: “The Sydney Roosters are aware of an incident involving Mitchell Pearce. The Club has advised the NRL’s Integrity Unit. The Club will conduct an internal investigation and will be making no further comment at this time.”

Pearce is also likely to be banned from traveling to the UK for next month's World Club Challenge.

Lucky for the NFL, nobody will ever confuse that with Cleveland's Dawg Pound.

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