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Rugby League Fan Flashes Breasts During Live TV News Report On State Of Origin

Max Sherry

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Rugby League Fan Flashes Breasts During Live TV News Report On State Of Origin

A rugby league fan has been captured on camera flashing her breasts behind a live news reporter.

An ABC journalist was on the ground outside Optus Stadium in Perth ahead of State of Origin Game 2 when a woman seized her opportunity to get on camera.

With kick-off looming, the reporter was in the thick of the pregame hustle and bustle as thousands of spectators made their way into the stadium.

But during her live TV cross, viewers were subject to a flashing courtesy of one woman.

While the ABC reporter was discussing Western Australia's first taste of hosting Origin back in 2019, a Queensland fan - donning a Maroons beanie and scarf - emerged behind her.

With a big grin from ear-to-ear, the woman then glanced over at her mates off screen before lifting up her shirt for the world to see.

The woman then made a swift exit, running away with her top still pulled up.

Some eagle-eyed fans spotted the stunt at the time it happened, but for those that missed it, it didn't take too long for the clip to end up on social media.

As for the ABC reporter, she didn't have a clue what was going on behind her.

Credit: ABC
Credit: ABC

It's clear the local sports fans were very keen to welcome State of Origin footy back to Western Australia.

There wasn't an empty seat inside the 61,000-person arena with the sell-out crowd proving why talks of NRL expansion coming to the region is intensifying.

Recent rumours suggest the North Sydney Bears could relocate to Perth shores.

“One thing I’ve learned in rugby league is that the Bears have an extremely popular brand,” Australian Rugby League Commission chairman Peter V'Landys told The Daily Telegraph.

“However there’s already enough Sydney teams so doing it with an area like Perth makes sense.

“You’re getting the best of both. A great brand and a new supporter base.”

The atmosphere inside Optus Stadium was nothing short of electric too with a surprising amount of supporters cheering on New South Wales.

The only fan-related incident came in the dying embers of the spectacle when a spectator tried to run onto the field during the post-game show.

He was quickly detained by arena security.

Featured Image Credit: ABC

Topics: Australia, NRL, Rugby League

Max Sherry
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