Two Melbourne AFL players have been busted fighting outside a strip club just days after Brisbane was announced as the host of this year’s Grand Final.
Two Melbourne AFL players have been busted fighting outside a strip club just days after Brisbane was announced as the host of this year’s Grand Final.

AFL players caught up in punch-up outside strip club

Two Richmond players have been caught up in a fight outside a Gold Coast strip club.

The Courier-Mail has been told the two players, Sydney Stack and Callum Coleman-Jones were involved in an altercation last night after being evicted from Hollywood Showgirls on the glitter strip's Orchid Ave.

It is understood police were called, with the fight occurring just metres from the police station.

Callum Coleman-Jones. (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)
Callum Coleman-Jones. (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)

 

Sydney Stack. (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)
Sydney Stack. (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

 

Hundreds of AFL players, families and officials have relocated to Queensland to keep the season going away from Melbourne's coronavirus outbreak.

To prevent the spread of the virus, clubs have been quarantining in Gold Coast "hubs" - resorts where families can lounge by the pool and interact with each other but not the outside world.

 

Hollywood Showgirls on Orchid Ave, Surfers Paradise.
Hollywood Showgirls on Orchid Ave, Surfers Paradise.

 

Players are required to live in a "bubble".

It comes as Brisbane has just been announced as the venue for this year's AFL grand final amid controversy over the number of people allowed into the state.

Originally published as AFL players caught up in punch-up outside Gold Coast strip club


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