Wallabies veteran Kurtley Beale was granted bail and ordered to surrender his passport on Saturday after being charged over an alleged sexual assault at a Sydney pub last month.
The fullback, who has made 95 appearances for Australia and was hoping to be part of their squad for the World Cup in France this year, was arrested on Friday.
He was charged with “two counts of sexually touch another person without consent, incite another to sexually touch them without consent and sexual intercourse without consent”, police said.
Beale, 34, appeared at Parramatta Bail Court in Sydney via video link after spending the night in a cell and was granted bail on several conditions.
They included reporting to the police twice weekly, surrendering his passport and staying away from drugs…