Ginnivan replies: “F**king hell, four,” demoting the woman between laughs.
Young players Jack Ginnivan (left) and Isaac Quaynor have since apologised for the video as the club faces wider scrutiny for other players. Credit: Getty
Later, Quaynor begins another proposition with: “She’s a nine-and-a-half, but is homeless.”
It added that both players would also “undertake further education on the appropriate use of social media with respect to the content they create,” as a result of their behaviour.
The apology from De Goey is strikingly different to his initial response which slammed the “persecution” of athletes by the media.
Collingwood player Jordan De Goey is in hot water with the club after footage surfaced of him in a Bali nightclub. Credit: Darrian Traynor/Getty Images
De Goey will also “undertake further behavioural education” in addition to an existing counselling program, the club said.