Sex act between team-mates sparked scandal that nearly ‘killed’ football club

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WARNING: Sexually explicit content. Footage emerged of the shocking incident in Melbourne as players from Glen Waverley Football Club enjoyed their end of season celebrations and the scandal engulfed the Aussie Rules side

An Aussie Rules football club nearly went bankrupt after a shocking sex act between teammates was exposed.
Earlier this year, video emerged of a young man kneeling in front of another as Glen Waverley Football Club players celebrated the end of the season.

After one of his teammates lost a bet, the forfeiture of that bet required him to perform a sex act on his teammate in the Mountain View Hotel pub, while his teammates cheered him on.

After the video went viral on Facebook, the Melbourne-based club was forced to issue a statement condemning it.

But that was only the beginning of the downward spiral, as president Matt Hollard admitted: “That video nearly killed us.” For so long, we’ve been on the back foot, putting out fires and losing control of the situation.”

As a result of the video, sponsors began to withdraw, and angry parents removed their children from grassroots coaching sessions and programs.

Hollard revealed that committee members had also received death threats and that the club captain and other players had walked out because they felt their mental health had not been adequately addressed in the aftermath of the incident. Glen Waverley had lost around 30 players as a result of the scandal and was on the verge of bankruptcy.

On the night in question, one witness claimed the

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The incident took place at the Mountain View Hotel (Image: Facebook)
Footage of the shocking incident was posted on Facebook


There were more claims of disturbing behavior by the players, who were allegedly smashing glasses inside and outside the pub and stealing drinks from behind the bar, with police threats.

As a result, the club was threatened with having their use of the Central Reserve facility revoked due to inappropriate behavior, which would prevent them from hosting matches and final competitions. Hollard admits that food and beverage sales from such events are what keep the club afloat.

Fortunately, the local council agreed to let the club continue, but they have had to fight to rebuild their reputation in the aftermath of the incident.

“We can now say we’re about to enter a new era with a new culture,” Holland added.