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Victor Radley shocks viewers by pretending to perform sex act on NSW Origin star Joseph Suaalii

Victor Radley shocks viewers by pretending to perform a sex act on Blues teammate Joseph Suaalii on live television after big NSW State of Origin win

  • Vision of Radley’s X-rated gesture was broadcast live around the country 
  • Suaalii had his head turned during the incident and appeared oblivious to it 
  • Neither Radley or Suaalii played in the Blues’ win as both were reserves 

NSW player Victor Radley has taken the gloss of his team’s huge win in the second State of Origin game by simulating a sex act on his teammate Joseph Suaalii while Channel Nine’s cameras were rolling on Sunday night.

The back-rower pretended to masturbate his fellow Rooster in the dressing rooms after the Blues’ 32-point win in footage that was broadcast live across the nation.

Radley carried out the crude act while Suaalii’s head was turned and he appeared to be unaware of what occurred. Blue prop Junior Paulo can be seen walking past the pair but he also appears oblivious to the act.

Radley (right) was seen pretending to carry out an X-rated sex act on his NSW teammate Joseph Suaalii (left) during Nine’s coverage of the second State of Origin game

Suaalii had his head turned away when Radley made the crude gesture and appeared unaware of what had occurred on live TV

Suaalii had his head turned away when Radley made the crude gesture and appeared unaware of what had occurred on live TV

There was no audio with the footage as it was played while Channel Nine’s commentary panel discussed which players were likely to miss out on selection for their clubs this coming round due to injury or suspension. 

Neither of the Roosters made the field in the NSW triumph at Perth’s Optus Stadium, although both of them were with the side for the entirety of camp as reserves.

Both Radley (pictured) and Suaalii were reserves for the Blues and didn't take the field during the side's 32-point win in Perth on Sunday night

Both Radley (pictured) and Suaalii were reserves for the Blues and didn’t take the field during the side’s 32-point win in Perth on Sunday night

Radley was a long shot to make the team, having not played since May 15 due to an ankle injury, and his selection surprised many fans and experts.

Suaalii has had a great season for the Roosters and there were calls for him to be elevated to the starting side despite his youth and inexperience. 

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