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Video footage has emerged showing seven Barbarians players breaking coronavirus rules which led to the cancellation of their showdown against England at Twickenham.
RFU chiefs pulled the plug on the fixture after learning of two separate breaches from Barbarians players leaving the bio-secure team hotel on Park Lane ahead of the scheduled game this weekend.
But nowhave revealed a video of several high profile members of the side - including Chris Robshaw and Sean Maitland - drinking alcohol together in a pub.
Jackson Wray, Joel Kpoku, Fergus McFadden and Manu Vunipola are also among the group who appear to be playing a drinking game at what is believed to be a pub in Mayfair.
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And former England captain Robshaw appeared to be the centre of attention with the players reportedly partaking in what Rugby Onslaught described as a team bonding session.
The players seemed to be enjoying themselves and were all happily drinking away just a couple of days before their moods would be soured.
A second breach then took place the following night when Robshaw and 11 others dined out in a restaurant, after which five players including Robshaw and his former England team-mate Richard Wigglesworth issued apologies for their behaviour.
England's clash with the Barbarians in danger of being CALLED OFF
The non-cap match is due to take place at Twickenham on Sunday but the RFU are now conducting a frantic review to see if it can still go ahead. A group of Barbarians players who left the team hotel without permission were separated from team-mates after their return and will not be allowed to play against England. It remains to be seen whether replacements can be found in the tight time-frame, who can satisfy the stringent health and safety measures in place.
Sportsmail columnist Sir Clive Woodward also added the rebels should feel stupid and embarrassed as a result of their actions.
Although none have tested positive, the RFU were concerned any incubating infections could jeopardise the Six Nations match against Italy a week on Saturday and Autumn Nations Cup fixtures.
I want to express my deepest apologies to— Chris Robshaw (@ChrisRobshaw) and the rugby family for letting you down this week
Prince Harry's former bodyguard, Bill Renshaw, who was working for Barbarians, was the person alerted to the double breach after realising that a group of players had gone AWOL after none of them answered their hotel-room phones.
The cancellation of the game serves as another blow to the RFU, who are already set to lose £100million of revenue due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Reports also suggest the cancellation is set to cost the RFU around £1million in lost TV and sponsor revenue.
A spokesperson said: 'An ongoing investigation is looking into players who signed up to a code of conduct which included not leaving the hotel without permission.'
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