Footy coach Stuart Dew is latest AFL star to land in hot water after video of him URINATING outside a pub is shared on social media – by a member of his own team
- AFL coach Stuart Dew, 41, has been videoed urinating outside a Gold Coast pub
- The footage was reportedly taken by fellow Gold Coast Suns senior staff member
- Dew’s incident is the latest scandal to embroil the AFL in the sunshine state
- It is not known when the footage was taken, but AFL is in Queensland for COVID
Dew, 41, was videoed outside the Miami Tavern Shark Bar urinating against a wall at a drink with fellow senior members of the Gold Coast Suns staff.
It is not known exactly when the video was shot, but it surfaced just a hours after his side’s final game of the severely interrupted 2020 season.
Dew was reportedly filmed urinating by his colleague before the video was shared to a WhatsApp group and eventually wound up online, The Courier Mail reports.
The morning after the video was shot the staffer reportedly realised his mistake and asked anyone in the WhatsApp group to delete it – but it was already too late.
AFL coach Stuart Dew has landed in hot water after being videoed urinating outside a Gold Coast nightclub, in another embarrassing moment for the league in the state
Dew turns to the camera after finishing relieving himself and smiles awkwardly.
Under Queensland law, anyone caught urinating in public faces a fine of $533.80.
Gold Coast Suns chief executive Mark Evans confirmed the incident when contacted by The Courier Mail, but refused to comment further.
In the background of the video Dew can be heard by his fellow colleagues, including one who asks: ‘Do you play for the Canterbury Bulldogs?’
The NRL side has landed in hotwater repeatedly in recent years for off-field dramas.
The former Port Adelaide and Hawthorn champion took over as coach of the battling team at the beginning of 2019 and has widely been praised for developing the side.
It is not known exactly when the video was shot, but it surfaced just a hours after his side’s final game of the severely interrupted 2020 season on Sunday