There has been a video of a man who appears to frighten a unknown substance from a plate while two well-known rugby players are kept.
During the night, a video was widely disseminated on social networks, showing an elderly man who skipped a little dinner plate, while three men, such as the player of St George Dragons Corey Norman and Wallabies veteran, Kurtley Beale, watch over.
In the video, Norman can hear himself saying to the older man "This is the young blood there baby. Get it baby, get it."
It is believed that the video has been filmed a few years ago and shows the two athletes laughing while watching the man.
The St George Dragons NRL club issued a statement this afternoon saying that he knows the video and informed the NRL Integrity Unit.
The NRL Integrity Unit confirmed that they already knew the footage and they were approached as a result in 2016.
Sanctions were imposed on Norman, a Parramatta Eels player at that time, for a series of incidents, including two videos.
The sanctions included a ban of eight matches and a fine of $ 20,000.
The Wallabies have not yet made a statement about Beale.
At the end of last year, Norman signed a three-year deal with the Dragons.
9News does not suggest that there is illegal activity in the footage.
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