St George Illawarra Dragons recruit George Burgess has been charged by police following a street rage incident final week.
The 29-year-old allegedly threw the cell phone of one other driver onto the street after that driver was caught filming him.
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In line with News Corp, he has been charged with “malicious harm” and can entrance Wollongong Native Courtroom in October.
“(On Wednesday) authorized illustration for a 29-year-old man was served with a court docket attendance discover for malicious harm,” a police assertion learn.
“The person is because of seem in Wollongong Native Courtroom on Tuesday October 19.
“The costs relate to an incident at Denison Avenue Wollongong on August 23.”
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Burgess just lately signed a two-year with the Dragons in a bid to resurrect his NRL profession following a stint within the Tremendous League.
The Dragons launched an announcement on Wednesday confirming that the NRL Integrity Unit had been knowledgeable of the matter.
“St George Illawarra are conscious of an alleged street incident involving 2022 recruit George Burgess,” it learn.
“The NRL integrity unit have been knowledgeable.
“Because the police are presently investigating the matter, the Dragons will probably be making no additional remark at this stage.”
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