according to Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid EmailWelsh rugby star Gareth Davies has apologised for brawling with two bouncers last summer – after chasing them down a street with a shoe.
The woman insists she was not hit, but Davies rugby tackles the man to the pavement.
Davies, 26, then tackles the man and accuses him of “hitting a girl on the floor” of the club.
A woman in the video can be heard pleading with Davies not to attack the bouncers, saying: “He didn’t hit me on the floor.
“Mate, you can’t hit a girl on the floor,” the man filming the footage can be heard telling the bouncer.
As it stated in Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid EmailPolice are investigating a street brawl involving Wales rugby star Gareth Davies after video footage emerged on a national newspaper website.
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“We are aware of the incident that took place last August and the matter has been dealt with internally,” a WRU spokesman said.
Share this video Watch Next“I would like to apologise for the incident that took place.
The dust-up apparently took place last August.
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Wales rugby star apologises over nightclub brawl
A Welsh rugby star is due to be interviewed by police after apologising for an early morning drunken brawl in which he floored two bouncers near a nightclub.
The rugby star accused the bouncer of ‘hitting a girl on the floor’, before turning his attention to one of the man’s colleagues.
Welsh Rugby star Gareth Davies, right, was filmed in a drunken brawl with two nightclub bouncers in Aberystwyth, West Wales, leftThe Wales scrum half, pictured in action against England, has since apologised for the incidentDavies said: ‘I would like to apologise for the incident that took place.
Scrum-half Gareth Davies was filmed chasing one of the bouncers down a street with a shoe after repeatedly tackling him outside the club in Aberystwyth, West Wales.
The film shows the Wales player flapping a shoe at the bouncer, who eventually stumbles to the ground.
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