There’s an epidemic sweeping the NRL, a post-try celebration, where the try scorer jumps up onto the shoulders of a teammate to celebrate, high enough where their genitals brush up onto their teammate’s shoulder.
Marto from Triple M Breakfast with Marto, Margaux and Dan has had enough of seeing this in sport (with Penrith Panthers being frequent offenders), calling it a ‘scourge on society’, penning the act as ‘Dick On Shoulder’ (D.O.S).
Dan Anstey from Triple M Breakfast with Marto, Margaux and Dan headed down to see the Queensland Maroons Fan Day at Everton Park.
Maroons forward coach Nate Myles revealed that he supports D.O.S.
“The way they run now, a lot of times they’re reversing into tackles, into the crasher, I don’t mind the D.O.S, I think that’s what they deserve. See the D.O.S is common theme in the showers after a game.” said Myles.
Maroons prop Tom Flegler wasn’t aware of the epidemic, but says he also supports it.
“D.O.S, that’s the first I’ve ever heard of it but now that you say, it makes sense. I’m for it.” said Flegler.
Prime Minister and Rabbitohs nuffy Anthony Albanese commented on the movement to Triple M Breakfast with Marto, Margaux and Dan, calling it ‘disgusting’.
“Someone’s going to get really hurt” said Mr Albanese.
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