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State of Origin loss sees the Maroons mocked online 

Caught with his pants down: Maroons star Cameron Munster is mocked after dropping the F-bomb live on air and flashing his bare bum during a tackle

  • New South Wales fans have mocked Queensland after the Blues secured victory 
  • The Blues dominated the Maroons with the score for game two finishing at 38-6
  • Cameron Munster faced most of the backlash after he swore and was dacked 

Maroons star Cameron Munster has been mocked online for dropping the F-bomb before flashing his bare behind on national television. 

The Blues secured a victory in the second State of Origin match on Sunday night, forcing a decider next month.

While NSW fans were quick to criticise the Maroons, no one faced more criticism than Munster after he swore on TV and lost his shorts during the match.

During a vigorous tackle in the first half, Munster was held down by three Blues players who forced his shorts down over his bottom.

  

While NSW fans were quick to criticise the Maroons, no one faced more criticism than Munster after he swore on TV and lost his shorts during the match 

‘I swear Cameron Munster must wear loose shorts because that is absolutely not the first time he’s been dacked on TV,’ one person wrote.

Another said: ‘I was hoping someone would catch this. I couldn’t stop laughing.’

Munster revealed his frustration at the Maroons’ performance during a half-time interview with Billy Slater.

Slater asked if the weather would help or hinder a comeback for the Maroons.

Munster responded: ‘Nah, not at all mate. We’ve just got to hold the f***ing ball.’

During a vigorous tackle during the first half Munster was held down by three Blues players who forced his shorts down over his bottom

During a vigorous tackle during the first half Munster was held down by three Blues players who forced his shorts down over his bottom 

Munster also dropped the 'F-bomb' during a half-time interview with Billy Slater

Munster also dropped the ‘F-bomb’ during a half-time interview with Billy Slater

Spectators took to Twitter to share their surprise at Munster’s choice of language.

‘Cameron Munster has done a Sam Backo dropped the F-bomb during Origin,’ one person wrote.

Another person wrote: ‘Cameron Munster $5 in the swear jar please.’ 

Munster wasn’t the only one targeted – Dane Gagai was called out for ‘not being present’ during the match.

Queensland supporters were also mocked for ‘being soft’ or ‘preparing for a flood of tears’.

Queensland supporters were also mocked for 'being soft' or 'preparing for a flood of tears'

Queensland supporters were also mocked for ‘being soft’ or ‘preparing for a flood of tears’

Munster wasn't the only one targeted - Dane Gagai was called out for 'not being present' during the match

Munster wasn’t the only one targeted – Dane Gagai was called out for ‘not being present’ during the match

New South Wales dominated Queensland during the match held in Perth on Sunday. 

The majority of the points were scored by Josh Addo-Carr, two scored twice, and Tom Trbojevic, who scored three tries. 

The score for game two finished at 38-6, while game one finished with Queensland in the lead at 18-4. 

 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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