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A witness at the Melbourne Cricket Ground said it was a “totally over the top response” that saw Kiwi rugby star Jordie Barrett removed from the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The witness was watching from a distance as the 17-cap All Blacks fullback was removed from the Melbourne Cricket Ground for alleged behavioural issues.
NZME social and trending reporter Heath Moore said Barrett was “extremely calm” throughout the whole ordeal.
He added Barrett looked like he was being targeted by security for being an All Black.
“His mates were yelling ‘scull, scull, scull’, he knocked back one drink and then sat back down. Security immediately rushed to kick him out and he didn’t make a scene at all, just left calmly,” Moore said.
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A Victoria Police spokeswoman said two men were evicted from the grounds about 2.50pm on Saturday December 28, for behavioural issues.
“The 22-year-old and 23-year-old, both New Zealand nationals, have been evicted and have incurred a 24-hour ban from the MCG,” the spokeswoman said.
Moore said it seemed like security were being much more strict than normal and particularly towards Barrett and his mates.
“I’ve been there since day one and there hasn’t been any chaos. Jordie and his mates were doing what a lot had been doing and they didn’t get kicked out, they were just having a bit of fun.
“It seemed like he was targeted for being an All Black,” Moore said.
When comparing the security to that at New Zealand matches, he said it was “over the top”.
“Everyone was just in
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