Norm Smith medallist Andrew “Embers” Embley shares his embarrassing moment on the field when he wet himself during a game for the West Coast Eagles via the Rush Hour with Embers and Katie.
After an article is published revealing that young kids are wetting themselves due to toilet shortages at schools, Embers reveals a story of his own.
“I’ve actually peed myself too,” Embers said on the Rush Hour with Embers and Katie.
He then goes on to explain that due to the nature of the AFL game, it is crucial for players to hydrate themselves before.
“You could drink anywhere between 6-8litres.”
While playing as a forward pocket for the Eagles, Embers admits that he ran in the opposite direction of the play because he couldn’t hold on any longer.
“I see the ball coming down one side of the ground and I start actually leading the other way.”
“I felt down the right side of my leg, starting to get a little bit wet.”
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