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Australian Rugby League Player Admits Shitting In Hotel Corridor

by | 6th, July 2009

nate-mylesNATE Myles is an Australian rugby league star with the Sydney Roosters  who is very sorry for defecating in the corridor of Crowne Plaza Terrigal.

Myles says it was all “a terrible accident” caused by a stomach bug. He and the chaps had been out until 4am pressing palms and signing autographs. Says he:

I am just very embarrassed and very sorry. I had been asleep for about four hours and I got up to go to the toilet. It was dark and I was a bit dazed. The door to the toilet was right next to the entry door and I went through the wrong one. The door locked behind me and I was stranded.”

And naked. So he shat in the corridor. And, yes, it was diarrhoea. He knocks on another door, where a family are staying:

I just asked them if I could use their toilet.” They decline to have their seat endorsed.

NRL CEO David Gallop offers the following:

“I respect the fact that Nate tried to make amends to the guests involved and that he rang me to apologise but saying sorry simply isn’t enough. There are many inspirational people in our game from the grass roots to the NRL and they do not deserve to be associated with this sort of behaviour.”

There is talk of noise and a party in the rooms:

“Shortly after 8am on Sunday morning Myles was apparently disorientated and naked in a hotel corridor and attempted to gain entry into the room of a family who was leaving their accommodation. A short time after his entry was refused and the family had left he was found to have defecated elsewhere in the hotel corridor and was later discovered in a fire escape.”

Myles opts out of the non-denial denial and goes for the in-your-face acceptance, in which he wallows in the grossness and opprobrium to such a degree you want it to stop and never be mentioned again.

A new PR-led excuse is born…

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