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He'll grow out of it in a couple of years.

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A former no.1 pick still resonates - it never ends. 

We are what we turn out to be - preconceived notions matter not to the subject matter

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34 minutes ago, Demon17 said:

Brighton Grammar must be so proud right now.

There are quite a few ex BGS boys in the AFL system quietly going about there careers in football, as there are from other private schools. And JW isn’t the first to achieve a degree of notoriety from his of field activities.

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Even though it was filmed at Oktoberfest, and the substance is apparently legal, it didn’t look like his first rodeo.

Not a good look. Not remotely.

Whovever filmed the footage and then uploaded it, should be exited from Watts’ inner sanctum. Cannot be a close mate.

And that Watts is described as an ‘ex-Melbourne football player’ in some media reports, ironically serves to demonstrate the professionalism of the club these days. We would’ve been putting a 5 year extension under his nose for that a decade ago ...

 

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Whether its coke or not (and it certainly appears its not) - its how it looks and is perceived by the community.

The fact that Jack did this in the first place and let someone record it is mind boggling.

Unless he really turns things around, wouldnt surprise me if Port canned him come seasons end.

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23 minutes ago, DSP said:

Whether its coke or not (and it certainly appears its not) - its how it looks and is perceived by the community.

The fact that Jack did this in the first place and let someone record it is mind boggling.

Unless he really turns things around, wouldnt surprise me if Port canned him come seasons end.

Exactly, especially after all his "want to do rack off t.ts messages." I for one dont believe its what they say, why would you do legal, in a video, off a girls [censored] anyway. He's old enough to know better and set an example (nearly 28), he's not 18. Do you reckon Nathan Jones or Jordan Lewis would be seen doing it? It's a poor look. This will Jacks last season of AFL footy, being a party boy from day dot hasn't helped him.

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I'm bloody glad that the club has stronger standards these days than some on here.

When the 'beer snake' incident occurred in 2013 and Howey got booted from the G, I was told by one of the posters on here that our culture was no worse than any other club in the league.

When Gergiou and Terlich were photographed in their ha-halarious Rolf Harris and school girl get up, there was the predictable talk of how it wasn't a 'hanging offence'. All the while both players were being excoriated in the media by Roosy and never played another game for the club. 

When Beamer, Col (God rest his soul) and Luke Tapscott decided that it was a good idea to get photos taken with bikies at a Vegas pool party, we got the usual calls of 'they weren't breaking the law.'

The joint hasn't turned into a 12 step meeting but don't people find it odd that since the famed Swans 'no d***heads policy' made its way to Melbourne, our form has turned around? It's not a coincidence that players who exercise good judgement in their every day lives tend to have discipline in their preparation and also make good decisions on field?

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Many here are missing the point!  Idiots who let themselves get filmed doing this stuff deserve what gets thrown at them.  Personally Ido not give a rats what he does in his private time, however, there is an issue here about behaviour towards women.  It’s a bad look and society is trying to change attitudes like this.  Lesson 101 do not get filmed!!!!

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