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SportNapa video filmed before Dogs NRL switch

14:31  11 january  2019
14:31  11 january  2019 Source:

New frontline recruits revealed at Victorian prison

New frontline recruits revealed at Victorian prison The newest recruits to Victoria's prison system have hit the ground running on all four legs. A team of 11 dogs and their human handlers are highly skilled and ready to work after graduating from intensive training courses, preparing them for the frontline. The specialists dogs are trained to take down dangerous offenders, as well as sniff out contraband and illicit drugs. © 9NEWS The new recruits are of the four-legged kind. The metropolitan remand centre was the scene of the state's largest prison riot in 2015 when hundreds of prisoners caused $12 million dollars damage.

Napa video filmed before Dogs NRL switch © AAP Image/Darren England A lewd video leaked on social media involving Dylan Napa was filmed before the representative prop joined Canterbury, the NRL club has said in a statement. NRL club Canterbury say they aware of a sex tape involving new recruit Dylan Napa.

Video emerged on social media on Friday appearing to show the Queensland State of Origin prop engaging in a sexual act with a women, filmed by a third party.

"The club has today been made aware of alleged images surfacing on social media of a current player taken several years ago," Canterbury said in a statement.

The NRL are also aware of the matter.

Napa, 26, played six seasons with the Sydney Roosters after debuting in 2013 before moving to Canterbury this off-season.

Fraser Island patrols increased after boy attacked by dingo.
Park rangers try to identify the dingo responsible for biting a boy on Fraser Island over the weekend, as regular visitors complain tourists' behaviour is helping to lure the animals closer. A six-year-old boy has spent a second night in hospital after he was bitten several times on the lower leg. He encountered a pack of four dingoes while returning to a camping area with his family at Eurong on the island's eastern side. Queensland Parks and Wildlife said rangers would be stepping-up their patrols in the area, monitoring the animals and trying to identify the dingo responsible.

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