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The bizarre reactions to the Today Show on Tuesday morning left the host Allison Langdon (photo) amazed

& # 39; You bloody sheila & # 39 ;: Bob Katter & # 39; s bizarre panic about why women should not play rugby competitions, leave a Today presenter amazed

  • Bob Katter said that women are not allowed to play a rugby competition on Tuesday
  • In a bizarre interview on The Today Show, the MP claimed that & # 39; nothing is sacred & # 39;
  • The first female sponsor of the NRL, Belinda Sharpe, will make her debut on Thursday
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Bob Katter & # 39; s bizarre rant about why women are not allowed to play rugby competition games, a host of the Today Show has left behind.

The Queensland MP was asked for his opinion on Belinda Sharpe who was selected as the first woman to arbitrate an NRL competition.

Mr. Katter answered in a detour and said that & # 39; nothing was sacred & # 39 ;.

The bizarre reactions to the Today Show on Tuesday morning left the host Allison Langdon (photo) amazed

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The bizarre reactions to the Today Show on Tuesday morning left the host Allison Langdon (photo) amazed

He described how he had complained about the referees from the crowd during the first semi-final appearance of North Queensland Cowboys in 2004.

& # 39; He was a sheila, there was no doubt about it. I kept screaming from the stands & # 39; & # 39; You sheila, you damn sheila & # 39; & # 39 ;, & # 39; said Mr. Katter.

He then followed up with detailing some of his football injuries.

& # 39; I can't help but make the comment if you looked at photos of me when I was much younger I was very handsome, but now my nose is hanging and going sideways and one of my eyebrows is hanging, & # 39; said Mr. Katter.

Mrs. Langdon interrupted her and said she could not see how this was related to female referees in the game.

Mr. Katter insisted, however, said injuries were from playing rugby league.

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& # 39; We don't want women to play football because they have a nose like mine – and if you're not playing football, it's a bit hard to see how you can arbitrate well, & # 39; said Katter.

& # 39; I'm just going to say it's okay, & # 39; Langdon said after standing still.

Sharpe will make her referee debut on Thursday evening when the Bulldogs play the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.

The Queensland MP (pictured with a supporter's hat in a game of the state of origin) was asked about his thoughts about Belinda Sharpe who was selected as the first woman to play an NRL match

The Queensland MP (pictured with a supporter's hat in a game of the state of origin) was asked about his thoughts about Belinda Sharpe who was selected as the first woman to play an NRL match

The Queensland MP (pictured with a supporter's hat in a game of the state of origin) was asked about his thoughts about Belinda Sharpe who was selected as the first woman to play an NRL match

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