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Kevin Proctor has been sacked by the Gold Coast Titans for allegedly vaping in a toilet cubicle during the weekend's game.
During the Titans' 36-26 defeat at the hands of the Canterbury Bulldogs, former captain Proctor decided to sneak off and have a cheeky vape.
But unlike some of the fans in attendance, he didn't go outside and toke on his pineapple ice-flavoured iGET.
Instead, he thought it'd be a good idea to do it in the CommBank Stadium toilets.
Not only that, the NRL star completely landed himself in it by rather stupidly videoing himself vaping and chucking it on his Instagram – not the best idea, if truth be told.
The @GCTitans have punted Kevin Proctor over 'Vapegate'— Mark Gottlieb (@MarkGottlieb) July 25, 2022
"Proctor has been released from his commitments with the Club for the remainder of the year and will not return to train or play with the squad."@9NewsQueensland #NRL pic.twitter.com/jBjpfLF046
In a video posted on his story, Proctor can be seen wearing a Titans polo as blows smoke into the camera.
He captioned it: “Not the half time vape”.
The clip was posted just after 3pm following the 2pm kick-off, so who knows whether it was definitely a half-time vape.
Either way, it seems the video didn't sit well with Proctor's employers who launched an official investigation into the matter before eventually tearing up his contract.
Unfortunately this isn't the first incident involving Proctor during his time on the sunny Gold Coast.
Back in 2017, he was also stripped of the club's captaincy after he was caught in possession of cocaine outside a Canberra nightclub.
A few years later he copped a four-match ban for biting New Zealand teammate Shaun Johnson during an NRL clash against the Cronulla Sharks.
Proctor is off contract at the end of this NRL season and is tipped to move over to the UK with several Super League clubs reportedly interested in signing him.