The Collingwood AFL club is in crisis after another off-field scandal involving two of its young guns.
Disturbing footage has emerged of rising stars Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor rating women on TikTok.
The latest saga comes just days after footage emerged of Jordan De Goey partying with two women in Bali during the club’s bye weekend, putting the controversial off-contract star’s future with the Pies in doubt.
The latest video shows Ginnivan and Quaynor lying in bed together both shirtless, laughing as they rated various women and their physical features.
It’s understood to be have been part of a viral TikTok rating game, where participants re-rate a score out of 10 based on new information.
The clip captioned ‘3 mins of hell’ was posted on Ginnivan’s TikTok account but has since been deleted after Collingwood became aware of the video.
A stony-faced Ginnivan refused to comment when confronted by reporters as he arrived at club headquarters shortly after 8am on Tuesday.
A third man off camera can be heard talking and laughing in the background in the video.
Disturbing footage has emerged on TikTok of Collingwood stars Jack Ginnivan (left) and Isaac Quaynor (right) rating women
‘She’s a two, but she smells really nice,’ Ginnivan said.
Quaynor disagreed and gives her a three before moving onto the next woman.
‘She’s a 10, but got some broccoli teeth, like them teeth are going every which way, diagonal, everything,’ Quaynor said.
‘F***** hell. Four,’ Ginnivan responded while laughing.
‘She’s a nine and a half, but is homeless,’ Quaynor says.
‘Two and a half,’ Giniivan replied.
Quaynor responds: ‘I’m off him.’
‘When she’s a four, but she’s rich,’ Quaynor laughs.
Ginnivan disagrees with the rating.
‘12.5,’ he replied.
Jack Ginnivan ignored the barrage of questions from reporters as he arrived at club headquarters on Tuesday morning
The Collingwood club is back in the headlines for the wrong reasons over the antics of Isaac Quaynor and Jack Ginnivan (pictured together celebrating a recent win against Carlton)
Ginnivan and Quaynor were back at training on Monday following the club’s mid-season break.
Ginnivan, 19, is in his second season in the AFL after making his debut in round 19 last season.
He has bagged 28 goals in his 16 games in the top grade and was named best on ground with a five goal haul in the Pies’ Anzac Day blockbuster against Essendon and has more than 41,000 followers on TikTok..
Quaynor, 22, has played 48 games for the Pies since his debut in 201.
Veteran journalist Caroline Wilson told Channel 9’s Footy Classified Collingwood became aware of the video on Monday and ordered both players to take down the footage.
Essendon legend and fellow panellist Matthew Lloyd said the latest off-field incident isn’t a good look for the club on top of the De Goey.
‘It’s embarrassing to watch isn’t it? You’re cringing just watching it. They’ll learn from that those two, I’m not sure what the ramifications will be, but it’s embarrassing,’ he said.
The public backlash against the pair continued on Tuesday morning as Today show hosts Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon weighed into the saga while reading out comments from viewers.
‘I think the moment you do take up a role like that, you are in the public eye,’ Langdon said.
‘I’m sorry, you set an example for young kids coming through the right way to act and wrong way to act.
Her co-host agreed and found the personal nature of the video deeply offensive.
‘You are not just representing yourself, but your club and the sport in general, Stefanovic said.
‘What it says to me is that they don’t either care, or have knowledge that that kind of stuff is really hurtful.
‘The stuff that they are going on about, about teeth, and the way people present themselves is personal and that they think it’s funny says more about them than anything else.’
Stefanovic was bewildered as to why the pair wouldn’t think their actions would be offensive.
‘I don’t take the excuse,’ he said.
‘They will come out today and say, ‘Sorry for any offence caused. It was out of ignorance’ or whatever.
‘How do you not know it is offensive? How do you then tell the world that your club has got a handle on these kind of issues when clearly you don’t.’
Collingwood became aware of the video on Monday and ordered the players to take it down
‘They are immature and sexist comments that the players made. They are adults. They should know better,’ one man tweeted.
Collingwood is yet to comment on the latest saga, a day after the club reportedly withdrawn a contract extension to De Goey, who was absent from training on Monday.
De Goey returned to Melbourne on the weekend and met with furious club officials on Monday over his wild antics in Bali during the mid-season break.
De Goey, who is out of contract at the end of this season, originally had a new two-year deal worth about $800,000 per season.
The Magpies are expected to reveal De Goey’s punishment on Tuesday.
Ninth placed Collingwood hope to extend their four game winning streak when they take on GWS Giants this Sunday.
Footage also emerged of teammate Jordan De Goey partying in a Bali nightclub last week