MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 06: A general view is seen during game one of the State Of Origin series between the Queensland Maroons and the New South Wales Blues at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 6, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

HeadQuarters Viaduct has launched a scathing online attack on an improper league fan who attended their Auckland bar to watch Wednesday night’s Origin opener.

The fan reportedly damaged the bar’s TV screen, and was “some clown that ruined it for the majority”, according to Facebook userĀ Tim Gregory who also attended the bar on Wednesday night.

Here is the post, which has been shared across a range of social media platforms, appearing on theĀ HeadQuarters Viaduct Facebook page.

“We’ve had a year of great rugby, the Lions tour for example, plus cricket and racing etc … and no problems, then the league scum drift in and try to wreck the place,” the bar added in the post’s comments.

The extent of the damage is unclear, but it received a mixed bag of responses from Facebook users who were present at the bar during the game.

“I’ve made my decision, never again you losers, you behave like animals and I’ll treat you exactly like that, with pleasure. Apologies to those who love that game and behave, but I’m not having my precious asset put at risk again,” the bar added.



  1. Gee I hope no “league scum criminals” look for revenge by posting bad reviews about Headquarters Viaduct. That would be bad for their business.

  2. Obviously , it’s usually a Rugby Union Bar . If the usual locals left when a game of League was put on the screen. Was there really any serious damage done by those watching the game? Probably not.. They just wanted to make a mountain out of a mole hill.
    Can anyone really imagine league followers being worse behaved at that bar, than a mob of huge local natives if the All Blacks lose a game while they’re watching ?

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