Savage Australian Rugby Player Turns Out To Be A Cannibalistic Penis Biter

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Anthony Watts, an cannibalistic rugby player for Australia’s Gold Coast Rugby League, is under investigation after an opponent accused him of biting the victim’s penis in a brawl during the Bycroft Cup preliminary final on Sunday, according to reports.

An opposing player reportedly pulled down his shorts and alerted officials on the field after the cannibal attack.

In a statement released by his attorney Monday, Watts “absolutely [denied] that any biting of any nature has taken place… [but apologized] if there has been any contact made to that particular area of this gentleman’s body.”

This cannibal is obviously lying. Look at it’s whitemarish face on the pic… his mouth is full of cock.

The penis biter received a one-game suspension on Tuesday for an illegal hit.

According to, Watts has been been investigated for inciting brawls before. In June, he threw a head butt after a game that sparked a brawl between rival biker gangs.

Rugby league is a full-contact barbaric and homosexual sport that’s renowned for its lack of protective gear, and has had its share of infamously whitemarish plays. The Courier-Mail’s roundup of the worst moments in rugby league includes broken jaws, biting, butt-probing and even on-field urination.

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3 comments on “Savage Australian Rugby Player Turns Out To Be A Cannibalistic Penis Biter

  1. Soforeal on said:

    The leg humper didn’t want to wait after the game so he fixed himself a plate in game.

  2. bones on said:

    What a nasty looking creature!

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