Richmond star Dustin Martin was caught sneaking around to grab a bottomless woman.
The AFL is investigating the footage of Martin touching the woman after it went viral on the internet.
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The video appears to show Martin, who appears to be a young man, walking behind the woman and placing her breast on another man’s lap.
It is not known exactly where or when the incident happened, but the video appears to be from a strip club or bar.
The topless woman is seen sitting on a man’s lap as Martin approaches, before he is seen laughing with his arm around her body.
“We are aware of a video posted on social media. We are looking for more information,” an AFL spokesman told the Herald Sun.
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick was asked about the video on Wednesday afternoon but played straight to the questions.
There’s an old video on Twitter this afternoon of what looks like a 2017 Dusty online, I think at the Richmond event. You know that, have you seen that video?” 7 asked news reporter Tom Brown.
“No,” Hardwick replied. “I’m not so sure.”
Martin has joined his Richmond teammates in the squad for Thursday night’s final in Brisbane.
Martin, 31, is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the AFL.
But despite his heroics on the field, he has a long list of off-field controversies that have plagued his career.
In the year In 2012, he received a two-week ban from the club for missing a training session.
In the year In 2013 he was caught running a red light, and in 2014 he was fined after driving while suspended.
In the year In 2015, Martin was accused of making threats at a Japanese restaurant in Melbourne.
Dusty has had a tough 12 months since his father Shane, 54, died at his home in Maunganui, New Zealand on December 17, 2021.
Shane died of cardiovascular disease with drugs and steroids in his system.
A post-mortem revealed Mr Martin had a 600g enlarged heart, twice the size of an average human heart.
News.com.au has contacted Dustin Martin’s agent for comment.