Footy players caught on video having sex at Mad Monday wild party in Glen Waverley learn their fate

Footy players who filmed a disgraceful sex act at a wild Mad Monday party learn their fate as the club finally breaks its silence on an incident that made headlines around the world

  • Glen Waverley players involved in the wild Mad Monday will not be at the club in 2023
  • Vision showed one player performing a sexual act on another after losing a bet
  • The club’s board confirmed on Friday that they are determined to rebuild their image

FOOTBALL players who took part in a gruesome sex act filmed by teammates at last month’s wild Mad Monday celebrations will not return to the Aussie Rules club for the 2023 season.

In scenes that made headlines around the world, the vision of tier three players from Glen Waverley Football Club gathered in a public bar in Melbourne emerged.

One player in the clip performed a sexual act on another after losing a bet, with their teammates being heard loudly in the background.

The vision appeared to be realized at the club’s post-season celebrations on August 14 – after being relegated to the fourth division in their local competition.

In an open letter from the club’s board on Friday, it was revealed that “the players involved in the incident will not return” to the Eastern Football Netball League (EFNL) Division 4 team in 2023.

Footy players caught on video having sex at Mad Monday wild party in Glen Waverley learn their fate

Footage has emerged on social media of a football’s rowdy Mad Monday celebrations in August in which a young man sexually assaulted a teammate

The club's committee at Glen Waverley have acted, confirming that all those involved in the incident will not be welcome in 2023

The club’s committee at Glen Waverley have acted, confirming that all those involved in the incident will not be welcome in 2023

The letter read: “The club committee worked together to address the wide range of concerns of our members and stakeholders”, with a meeting involving the league held to “discuss and address the facts”.

“A first meeting was held of all the committee members and a large section of the playing group to discuss and discuss the events. Members of the EFNL board, the club’s major sponsor, life members and members of the player’s families (sic) were present at this meeting where the general details, implications and response to the incident were discussed.

“The players involved in the video have issued statements of apology. At the end of this process we confirm the following … the players involved in the incident will not return to GWFNC.’

The club said it was “committed to making every effort to rebuild the senior club in 2023 based on values ​​and standards that the club community can be proud of”, adding that it would continue to invest in its youth programme.

Professional counseling was “arranged to help the players involved deal with the impact on their mental health and wellbeing” after the meeting, the Herald Sun reported.

Pub-goers at the Melbourne site on August 14 said the gang on foot smashed glasses in and outside the pub, vaped indoors and stole drinks from behind the bar

Pub-goers at the Melbourne site on August 14 said the gang on foot smashed glasses in and outside the pub, vaped indoors and stole drinks from behind the bar

Patrons in the venue during the celebrations said the rowdy group smashed glasses in and outside the pub, vaped indoors, stole drinks from behind the bar and danced on tables.

They also claimed the bathrooms were damaged and covered in vomit and the players were abusive to other customers.

At the time, club senior chairman Matt Hollard said all players in the squad had been called to an emergency meeting where the matter would be resolved.

He said the team decided to deal with what happened as a group given the number of players at the unofficial end-of-season celebrations.

Hollard added that Glen Waverley club officials had been in contact with the players in the video and were “OK”.

“While we’re disappointed with what they’ve done, we have to make sure they’re OK as they get through it and work on their own,” he said. “We will act on it and there will be consequences.”

Hollard also stated that the unwanted coverage became “almost unbearable and unrelenting”.

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