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Chaos on ABC News as Origin report outside Optus Stadium is derailed by female FLASHER

Chaos on ABC News as Origin report outside Optus Stadium is derailed by female FLASHER for New South Wales win over Queensland

Rugby league hit Perth on Sunday night and supporters enjoyed the state of origin blockbuster between New South Wales and Queensland – including a wild fan flashing her boobs on live television.

The game’s biggest rivalry came on Sunday night at Optus Stadium, where the Blues and Maroons face off in Western Australia – a region of the country that doesn’t yet have its own NRL side.

And an over-enthusiastic fan took things to a new level, derailing an ABC news story outside the stadium by raising her credit.

A female speed camera derailed ABC News' State of Origin report outside Optus Stadium on Sunday

A female speed camera derailed ABC News’ State of Origin report outside Optus Stadium on Sunday

As an ABC reporter stood outside the ground explaining the significance of Sunday’s game, fans passed behind her as they walked toward the stadium.

The unknown woman enters the photo on the right, wearing a Queensland cap and scarf. She looks at her friends and reaches for her shirt.

The shirt is quickly lifted above her chest and she dances across the screen and leaves the room to the left as the broadcast continues – the reporter unbeknownst to the chaos behind her.

Pitchinvaders and streakers have been a problem in the NRL all season this year

Pitchinvaders and streakers have been a problem in the NRL all season this year

NRL has seen a number of episodes in which supporters enter the playing field during matches this season.

In April, Javon Johanson invaded the field during a Gold Coast Titans match and was bombarded with vicious online trolls after the outrageous stunt.

Ms Johanson – who was dumped by her boyfriend who called her a “disgrace” and “humiliation” – was handed a three-month bail by a magistrate.

Andrew George was sentenced to three months in prison for disrupting the NRL game

Andrew George was sentenced to three months in prison for disrupting the NRL game

Elsewhere, a climate protester who disrupted a Wests Tigers game was sentenced to four months in prison for his antics earlier this year.

Andy George, 32, pleaded guilty to two offenses in Sutherland’s local court on Monday, resulting in a four-month prison term. He was also fined $440.

George was charged with entering landlocked land without lawful excuse and possessing a bright distress signal in a public place.

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