Former Parramatta back-rower Kenny Edwards is facing a long suspension for putting his finger up an opponent's backside.
The 31-year old was handed a Grade F charge and if found guilty will miss at least eight matches.
Kenny Edwards faces a hefty ban after being accused of putting his finger up an opponent’s bum!
He will face the most severe disciplinary charge after Sam Kasiano claimed he attempted a DIY proctological exam on the field. https://t.co/5tUWGJ4fpg
— Gary Carter (@GaryCarter_1979) July 3, 2021
The incident has been described as an impression of John Hopoate, who was suspended for 12 weeks in 2001 for a series of incidents against North Queensland players.
Edwards made his NRL debut for Parramatta in 2013 and played 70 games before moving to Catalan's in 2018.
He then transferred to Huddersfield in 2020 and has played 27 games for the club that sit 10th on the ladder.