Footy star David Pocock has a VERY revealing wardrobe malfunction during the Wallabies’ opening Rugby World Cup clash
- Pocock had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction at the Rugby World Cup
- The 31-year-old had his shorts pulled down, revealing his budgy smugglers
- Pocock was unfased at the incident, with the Wallabies beating Fiji 39-21
Wallabies’ star David Pocock has had a revealing wardrobe malfunction during Australia’s opening match of the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
The 31-year-old suffered an embarrassing moment during a tackle against Fiji on Saturday.
The flanker was wrapped up by Fijian defenders on the edge of a scrum, with a player awkwardly pulling down his football shorts.
Beneath his Wallabies’ team strip, Pocock was wearing a pair of bright budgy smugglers.
Wallabies’ star David Pocock (pictured center) has had a revealing wardrobe malfunction during Australia’s opening match of the Rugby World Cup in Japan
Beneath his Wallabies’ team strip, it was revealed that Pocock was wearing a pair of bright budgy smugglers (pictured)
Football players of many codes will often wear a swimsuit beneath their uniform as they become sweaty and wet during matches.
Pocock was unfased at the incident, and rejoined his team in the back line.
The back-rower announced he will retire from rugby union at the end of the tournament, and is hoping for a strong showing in Japan to finish his decorated career in style.
The Wallabies survived an early scare from Fiji, taking the win 39-21.
Pocock (pictured) was unfased at the incident, and rejoined his team in the back line