I think we're jumping ahead of the game here... we don't even know the specifics of what
these charges actually relate to.
Unless he pleads guilty (and even if he does?), it's unlikely Wednesday's initial hearing will have a verdict and be the end of the matter.
Innocent until proven guilty - and we just have to wait and see if a) Dylan stands down for the round to manage what's ahead of him this week, or b) the NRL decides on a mandatory stand down (based on specifics that it might come to learn before we do), and/or c) the club decides to stand Dylan down (based on welfare or in tandem with Dylan's/NRL's action/info relating to a or b).
We gave Corey Norman plenty of chancesThe next question is IF he is found guilty, how does the club respond. It’s highly unlikely given the occupancy of nsw prisons, the absence of violence and the low reoffending likelihood that he would only cope a fine and good behaviour bond.
The NRL would no doubt apply some sort of suspension, but it would certainly be cause/grounds for termination of his player contract.
I wouldnt be surprised if this is what it is .... only if he did it on 5 separate occaisions it might not be particularly accidental .... tbh it was one of my mates favourite moves on a crowded dance floor back in the 80s
Hmm, Hayne finally "settled" his US civil trial in August 2019 about a very similar matter (whichoccurred in 2015) to that which he subsequently faced charges here.You sure we’re jumping ahead here???
you tried and executed Hayne before a ball was bowled.
There is zero chance this is what it is.
Yes, the alleged behaviour seems to have (allegedly) occured on the dance floor.
"The Kiwi international is alleged to have groped a 20-year-old woman multiple times on the pub’s dance floor before staff were alerted."