Disgraced rugby league star Joe Westerman was pictured grinning while being jeered over his Greggs alleyway sex act before taking to the field for the Castleford Tigers game against Hull FC.
The star, 33, who was filmed by a passerby on his knees with a woman who was not his wife, was branded a ‘dirty b******’ as his team arrived at Hull FC’s MKM Stadium.
But the married father-of-three smiled through the taunts as he left the team coach in his club tracksuit today.
He was booed in some quarters of the MKM stadium as the teams were announced, while Tigers fans chanted explicit songs in support of Westerman.
Two videos of him engaging in a sex act behind a Greggs outlet in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, emerged on Twitter.
Rugby league ace Joe Westerman smiled today as he was jeered by the crowd over his alleyway sex act shame ahead of Castleford Tigers’s season opener this afternoon
Westerman, 33, who was filmed by a passerby on his knees with a woman who was not his wife, was branded a ‘dirty b******’ as his team arrived at Hull FC’s MKM Stadium
The star’s wife Lauren Westerman (pictured) said there were ‘no excuses’ over the video and that her husband had been caught with the blonde estate agent following a day-long drinking session
The woman, who has not been named, is understood to be a friend’s partner.
His wife Lauren Westerman, 33, said there were ‘no excuses’ over the video and that her husband had been caught with the blonde estate agent following a day-long drinking session.
Lauren told The Sun: ‘Truth is, he only told me because it was on social media.’
‘But I’m glad it was found because the thought of kissing him after that just makes me feel sick.’
The pair got married in 2014 and share three children together.
Fans had mixed views of Westerman’s inclusion in the Castleford starting line-up.
Hull FC fan Natalie Chadwell, 40, blasted: ‘He’s a dirty b*****d.
‘It’s a disgrace that he’s playing after what he has done to his wife and his kids.
‘Rugby League is meant to be a family game – what message does he send that he’s out on the pitch? It’s disgusting.
Westerman was caught (pictured) performing a sex act on a woman, and his wife said that his cheating makes her feel sick
The married father-of-three smiled through the taunts as he left the team coach in his club tracksuit earlier today
Lauren said her marriage to the rugby star is over after his actions, saying: ‘The thought of kissing him after that just makes me feel sick’
‘The woman he was with has been sacked from her job – why hasn’t he been sacked from his?
‘I think it’s a joke. Castleford have said they’ve given him a substantial fine – but that’s nothing.’
Ms Chadwell added: ‘A proper punishment would be stopping him from playing.
‘Honestly, I’m appalled that he is here. What message does it send?’
Fellow supporter Phil Wilson, 54, said : ‘It was such a silly thing to do. I thought he might not play because his head wouldn’t be in the right place.
‘The annoying thing is he’s still capable of putting in a man of the match performance.’
His son Luke, 19, commented: ‘I thought he would be at home trying to save his marriage than be in Hull playing rugby.’
However, Castleford fans were more supportive of their star player.
Kayleigh Nash, 21, said: ‘He’s been fined and I don’t think he needs to be punished any further.
‘I don’t think his private life should interfere with his profession.
‘He’s done a very stupid thing – but that’s Westy for you.’
Fellow Tigers supporter Josh Radford, 23, from York, added: ‘He’s brought a bit of shame on the club – but that’s nothing compared to what he’s done to his family.
‘But I think it would have made it worse if he didn’t play. The club have dealt with it and we can move on.’
Tom Walton, 18, added: ‘He’s a brilliant player. What he’s done is awful for his family but he has a job to do. What has happened has not nothing to do with rugby.
‘If he worked in an office he’d still be turning up for his job, so what’s the difference?’
Westerman previously made a grovelling public apology to his family and friends after the graphic video went viral.
Westerman’s grovelling texts to his wife have emerged, which include him saying: ‘it’s disgusting and I now have to live with it forever’
He has been fined by the club but is set to feature in today’s Superleague clash.
Despite the scandal, Westerman was named in the starting line-up by Tigers head coach Lee Radford.
The coach named him in the squad to face Hull after laughing off the scandal in a press conference on Thursday.
Asked how he the 33-year-old was doing mentally, Radford joked ‘oh, he’s mental’ before clarifying: ‘He’s alright, he’s Joe. He’s been himself.’
Addressing the press conference, he added: ‘He’s available to play and if he’s selected I’m sure he’s going to have a blast at the KC Stadium. He’s definitely up for playing.’
It is believed Joe has also been shunned by his so-called best friend who he has known for many years.
Westerman was a member of his friend’s wedding party when he tied the knot more than 10 years ago.
A friend told MailOnline: ‘There’s two families whose lives have been shattered by this.
One friend of Lauren’s said: ‘The marriage is over for good and Joe knows that. There is no way Lauren will ever take him back.’
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