Club Statement: Tesi Niu

ningnangnong

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Brisbane Broncos player Tesi Niu will appear in court tomorrow on a driving offence.

He informed the club that he has been charged with unlicensed driving due to demerit points.

The Club has made the NRL Integrity Unit aware of the issue.

No further comment will be made until after the court process has been finalised.

 

soup

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TBF, lots of young people lose 4pts and then drive. He was just one to be caught.
 
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Huge

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A nothing offence however, what kind of idiot loses his points AND then drive in such a manner that raises police interest?

I haven't been asked to produce my licence for a police officer in at least two decades.
 

Xzei

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A nothing offence however, what kind of idiot loses his points AND then drive in such a manner that raises police interest?

I haven't been asked to produce my licence for a police officer in at least two decades.
Is he a p plater? That alone is enough for the cops to pull you over from my experience.
 

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Number plate scanners.

Why would you risk it, especially when a professional athlete?!
 
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ningnangnong

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Here in NSW, every time you get pulled over for a RBT you're asked to produce your licence.
 

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Brisbane Broncos player Tesi Niu will appear in court tomorrow on a driving offence.

He informed the club that he has been charged with unlicensed driving due to demerit points.

The Club has made the NRL Integrity Unit aware of the issue.

No further comment will be made until after the court process has been finalised.

Big fucking deal. Let QLD Transport deal with this shit. Nothing to do with the NRL.
 

soup

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Here in NSW, every time you get pulled over for a RBT you're asked to produce your licence.
I haven’t had an RBT since 2013. Before that, I’d had only the one in 2001.

I’ve done a lot of driving, too. There’s merit in what Huge says. Don’t drive like a dickhead and if your car is a sleeper (visually), you’ll have no problems. Don’t wear a hoodie or beanie or even a hat is my theory. Keep your car clean and and looked after and stick to the road rules. Pretty bloody simple.
 
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