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Alan Jones has taken his 2GB radio show to Tokyo for the rugby world cup, taking crew and reporters with him

Alan Jones was indignant when he saw the Australian radio presenter SPAT get drunk by & # 39; drunk & # 39; fans during a Wallabies match during the Rugby World Cup in Japan

  • An Australian radio presenter has been spit by foreigners during a Wallabies competition
  • Alan Jones took his 2 GB radio show to Tokyo to beat the rugby world cup
  • Mr. Jones said that the group everywhere & # 39; courtesy & # 39; had experienced, except the game
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An Australian radio presenter has been spit by foreigners during a Wallabies competition during the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

Alan Jones has taken his 2GB radio show to Tokyo for the rugby world cup, with crew and reporters.

Jones said the group had a great time, but found it was tempered by their experience during the Australia vs. Wales game.

Alan Jones has taken his 2GB radio show to Tokyo for the rugby world cup, taking crew and reporters with him

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Alan Jones has taken his 2GB radio show to Tokyo for the rugby world cup, taking crew and reporters with him

Alan Jones and his group were at the Australia vs. Sweden match (photo) when a radio presenter was spit out

Alan Jones and his group were at the Australia vs. Sweden match (photo) when a radio presenter was spit out

Alan Jones and his group were at the Australia vs. Sweden match (photo) when a radio presenter was spit out

& # 39; The yahoo & # 39; s before us arrived drunk, and it got worse, & # 39; Mr. Jones said.

He said the group wasn't Japanese for them, but they weren't Australians either.

After causing some commotion, sports reporter and Macquarie Sports Radio presenter James Willis asked the men to sit & # 39; politely sit & # 39 ;.

The men then turned to Mr. Willis and spat on his face.

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& # 39; He got a face full of saliva because of his problems, Japanese don't behave like that, & # 39; Mr. Jones said.

The men were attacked by security and removed from the area, allowing Mr. Willis to continue his work.

Mr. Jones said they had a different way of life and met politeness everywhere they went.

After causing some commotion, sports reporter and Macquarie Sports Radio presenter James Willis (pictured with Mr Jones) asked the men to sit & # 39; politely sit & # 39;

After causing some commotion, sports reporter and Macquarie Sports Radio presenter James Willis (pictured with Mr Jones) asked the men to sit & # 39; politely sit & # 39;

After causing some commotion, sports reporter and Macquarie Sports Radio presenter James Willis (pictured with Mr Jones) asked the men to sit & # 39; politely sit & # 39;

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