BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 12: Payne Haas passes the ball during a Brisbane Broncos NRL Training Session at Red Hill on March 12, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Brisbane young gun Payne Haas as found himself in hot water once again, with the NRL integrity unit set to investigate two driving offences related to the Broncos forward.

According to the Courier-Mail, the Broncos have spoken to the NRL integrity unit regarding Haas' latest off-field indiscretion, after he attended an Ipswich court on Friday.

Haas is currently sidelined due to a suspension handed down from the Broncos, as he was hit with a four-game ban and a $20,000 fine for failing to comply with the integrity unit.

This incident reportedly saw Haas charged with unlicensed driving, and also using a mobile phone while driving.

The alleged offence occurred on March 1, just two weeks after Haas was suspended and stood down for his previous off-field incidents.

Police believe Haas wasn't directly involved in the previous incidents, although the Broncos punished him as he failed to uphold the club's values when providing little detail and failing to fully comply with the NRL integrity unit last month.

The Courier-Mail understand Haas' suspension may be extended by the club, with his current ban set to end next weekend, allowing him to face Wests Tigers on April 11.

Haas fronted court on Friday, but the case has been adjourned until April 15.

 

4 COMMENTS

  1. Broncos tried to cover this up as well.
    The ponies love to paint themselves as the “clean” club.
    BS.

  2. Bet they regret giving him such a huge contract. First season injured for the year, second year he’s already made 3 mistakes

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