Former NRL star Corey Norman has been hit with an eight game ban and a £500 fine for allegedly trying to stick his finger up an opposing player’s backside.
Norman has been charged with the Super League’s harshest ‘Grade F’ charge which carries a minimum eight-match ban under the terms of ‘other contrary behaviour’.
The 31-year-old pladed not guilty to the charge but has since been ruled out for the rest of the season.
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According to Sky Sports, an excerpt of the ruling labels Norman’s actions “intentional”.
“The footage of the incident shows a deliberate movement of Corey Norman’s left arm and hand over the top of Oliver Holmes and on to his buttocks,” the ruling reads.
“At no point does the footage show a…