Oh the dangers of live television.
NSW Blues rookie Victor Radley might want to have this moment back following the Blues’ win over Queensland in Perth.
Sitting in the dressing sheds after the Blues romped home 44-12 winners, Radley spotted that the TV camera were focused on him as the Channel 9 panel analysed the game and discussed which players would be available to play for their NRL clubs this weekend.
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The Roosters enforcer then mimicked an explicit act on club teammate Joseph Suaalii before reeling away laughing.
Suaalii, clearly not bothered by the incident, then gave Radley a joking push before the coverage quickly switched back to the Channel Nine panel.
Radley, who has yet to make his Origin debut, was a shock inclusion in the Blues squad for Game 2.
The 24-year-old’s inclusion on Fittler’s extended bench raised eyebrows as Radley has been sidelined with injury.
He isn’t the first NRL star to be caught out by television cameras in the dressing room.
Former Manly star Michael Robertson was left red-faced after performing a prank nude in the sheds while teammate Steve Menzies was being interviewed.