'Bad Monday' for Bulldogs
Tue, 02 Oct 2012 1:00p.m.
Management for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs has been forced to apologise after players were accused of sexist jibes during a Mad Monday drinking session.
In footage which aired in Australia last night, unidentified Bulldogs players can be heard hurling abuse through an open window at a female reporter outside.
"There are some ladies here to stick their heads in your pants.
"S**k me off you dumb dog" and
"I wanna go and punch you in the face."
The Herald Sun reports that the players also urinated on Belmore Sports Ground in full view of the assembled media.
Bulldogs chief executive Todd Greenberg tweeted earlier today that he had met with the Channel 9 journalist and apologised.
“That’s not how we do business. Will follow up internally!!” he tweeted.
It’s the latest in a series of bad PR for the club, which faces a heavy fine after closing their dressing rooms to media following the 14-4 loss to Melbourne in Sunday’s NRL Grand Final.
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