The Dogs in the headlines again aye Woodsy.
Not surprisingly Wests Tigers get a mention….
Bulldogs player Josh Reynolds to face court over alleged drunken Northies incident
Canterbury Bulldogs player Josh Reynolds will front court after a boozy night out ended with him allegedly abusing a female manager and failing to leave a licensed premises.
The five-eighth, who is set to join the Wests Tigers on a $3 million contract, was allegedly kicked out of Northies Cronulla Hotel at 11.30pm on Friday because, police said, he was intoxicated.
Josh Reynolds allegedly abused a security guard after he was kicked out of Northies Cronulla Hotel for intoxication.
He allegedly verbally abused several security guards who told him to leave and continued his tirade once outside the club.
Reynolds had been in the club for only about 15 minutes when a female security manager approached him at the front bar and asked him to leave because he was too drunk, a man who saw the incident said.
"She asked him to leave, he started swearing and carrying on and saying ‘You just want to f— me,’ " the witness, who asked for his name to be withheld, said.
“She asked him again and he was saying, ‘Who the f— are you?’ Then a security guy went in and [Reynolds] told him the same. Then another guard had a go too.”
The witness said Reynolds was with a group of seven or eight people including NRL players and their girlfriends.
He said the others in the group were extremely well-behaved and were trying to help remove Reynolds.
"The women with the players had all walked off beforehand and they were all cursing on the way out of the door saying: ‘He does this all the time,’ " he said.
The man said that, once outside, Reynolds allegedly tried to start a fight with another security guard. When one of his friends sided with the security guard, Reynolds called him “a dog”.
“The other players all got in between [the guard and Reynolds] and ushered him up the road to Sting Bar,” he said.
Licensing police were called and found Reynolds in Sting Bar.
They later seized CCTV from Northies and took statements from several employees.
It’s understood Reynolds will be issued with a court attendance notice on Monday for failing to quit a licensed premises.
“It will be alleged a 28-year-old man was asked to leave the venue due to his level of intoxication,” a police statement said.
"After a verbal altercation with security, the man left the scene.
“Officers attached to Miranda Local Area Command attended and spoke to the man. Inquiries are continuing.”