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They are only allegations which the Hun is levelling against Jon Patton and I have absolutely no idea of the truth or otherwise, so innocent until proven and all that.

But I am not above some schadenfreude at the expense of the Family Club. Any pain for the Hawks is good for the soul. The pity is they did not give up much to get him.

 

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Two more girls have now come out and said they've received inappropriate picture from him. There seems to be a Patton going on here.                  

Yep, this is exactly what is wrong with our society. This assumptions that girls are forever 'asking for it', if they choose to wear tight clothes, go out to a bar or heaven forbid, give a guy their n

Of all the set backs he’s had with his body this is the first groin complaint as far as I know. 

39 minutes ago, pitmaster said:

https://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/afl/teams/hawthorn/more-women-accuse-hawks-star-jonathon-patton-of-sending-lewd-pictures/news-story/f5e586aaf8746a886bcc78b2aaa7f005

They are only allegations which the Hun is levelling against Jon Patton and I have absolutely no idea of the truth or otherwise, so innocent until proven and all that.

But I am not above some schadenfreude at the expense of the Family Club. Any pain for the Hawks is good for the soul. The pity is they did not give up much to get him.

 

I saw a pile of herald-Suns near the checkout at my local safeway, saw that this 'headline' took up most of the front page. I thought it was a typically low act from an organisation with a history of action from the gutter. There is a whole lot more going on in the world than something Patton is alleged to have done.

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I’m not specifically referring to Patton here but the mind numbing stupidity of how people use social media never ceases to astonish me

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19 minutes ago, dieter said:

I saw a pile of herald-Suns near the checkout at my local safeway, saw that this 'headline' took up most of the front page. I thought it was a typically low act from an organisation with a history of action from the gutter. There is a whole lot more going on in the world than something Patton is alleged to have done.

I agree with this, a paper that ranks the top 100 WAGS is a absolute disgrace.  On Patton just plain stupidity if the allegations are true.

 

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Two more girls have now come out and said they've received inappropriate picture from him.

There seems to be a Patton going on here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you very much..

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Of all the set backs he’s had with his body this is the first groin complaint as far as I know. 

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If I was him, Id be focusing on trying to get fit and play a full season. 

I mean seriously the guy is 27 and he is doing this sort of stuff. I'd be more concerned that he is mentioning doing coke. 

Anyway not very bright when he has Clarko as a coach. I'm sure he'd have a few stern words. 

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It would seem that the many people praising Hawthorn for the bargain trades of Scully and Patton may have been a long way off the mark.  Two very underwhelming footballers.

As for Patton, if the screenshots are genuine, he's a ____________.

 

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what a loser.  could have almost any girl he wants anyway but manages to demean women and thrown his junk out there

Watts looks like a nice guy in comparison.  swimming and cans aint so bad

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my mates sister copped them, these aren't allegations theyre facts 

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5 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I’m not specifically referring to Patton here but the mind numbing stupidity of how people use social media never ceases to astonish me

You are not alone Bbo. Especially when the players are all warned on numerous occasions. As I have often said being able to play football well does not make a rocket scientist. 

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This could just be another [censored]'n'bull story from the Hun.

Could just be a false expose by them.

 

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1 hour ago, Biffen said:

This could just be another [censored]'n'bull story from the Hun.

Could just be a false expose by them.

 

The screenshots have been going around for about two weeks and Hawthorn has launched and "investigation" rather than dismissing it - plenty of smoke.

 

 

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Even if I had a budgie I wouldn't line the poor bird's cage with that front page. Too disgusting to even think about. 

Bird's doings couldn't give any more stink around this. 

All I can say is    WHY? 

He must have slept through every talk ever given by the club on expectations of behaviour.

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1 hour ago, Dame Gaga said:All I can say is    WHY? 

He must have slept through every talk ever given by the club on expectations of behaviour.

Nailed it Dame G !!

It is simply inexplicable 

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I gotta say, I get completely baffled as to why guys thinks it's ok/a good idea to send pictures of their junk to women without it being made clear that it's something they want. 

What a nob-head Patton is, so glad he's gone to Hawthorn, they're made for each other. Will be very interesting to see the response from the AFL on this. 

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Nailed it Dame G !!

It is simply inexplicable 

No it’s not, he’s a footballer. 

Footballers and immature and bad behaviour go hand in hand. Familiar bedfellows. 

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8 hours ago, Turner said:

my mates sister copped them, these aren't allegations theyre facts 

What on earth motivated her to give him her phone number? 😳 What was she hoping to receive from him? 

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12 minutes ago, CBDees said:

What on earth motivated her to give him her phone number? 😳 What was she hoping to receive from him? 

If she's on social media (instagram etc) my understanding is that if your account is public anyone can send an instant message to you without requiring your consent. Not saying that is 100% what happened but the days of needing a phone number to contact someone are gone, and even if she gave him her phone number I would've thought a "hey, how's it going. wanna get a coffee or a drink?" might be what someone would go for rather than a d---pick.

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30 minutes ago, CBDees said:

What on earth motivated her to give him her phone number? 😳 What was she hoping to receive from him? 

instagram, he can just go dm anyone doesn't even have to follow them

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