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Rugby League Player Accused Of Biting Opponent's Penis

Rugby League Player Accused Of Biting Opponent's Penis
By Conor Neville

In what could be uncharted waters for the Australian Rugby League's disciplinary committee, Queensland Rugby League player, Anthony Watts has been accused of biting an opponent's penis.

We're not sure what the standard punishment is for biting another player's penis. Anything more than a one game ban would be excessive.

Watts vehemently denies the allegations. When speaking the Courier Mail, Watts' lawyer did concede that there might have been some contact, saying "if there has been any contact made to that particular area of this gentleman's body, our client apologises.”

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