A Cronulla Sharks fan threw a projectile during the final football game against the Sydney Roosters.
Latrell Mitchell prepared to kick in the second half of the game, and if he did, there would have been a four-point difference between the teams.
But when the Roosters kicker stepped back a few steps before going to the finish line, a long white projectile, which appears to be the stem of a balloon, was thrown from the crowd and almost missed him.
Latrell Mitchell prepared to kick in the second half of the game, and if he did, there would have been a four-point difference between the teams
But when the Roosters kicker stepped back a few steps before going to the finish line when a long white projectile, which seems to be the stem of a balloon, was thrown out of the crowd and almost missed it.
Mitchell went to pick up the object when a referee came to check that he was not hit and the crowd booed.
Phil Gould, who was commenting for Channel Nine, said: "You can see the funny side but you have to start over."
He asked how much that would discourage him.
Andrew Johns said: "Whoever has thrown that should be thrown out of the stadium."
Twitter users were furious with the screen, and one of them described the movement as "pathetic".
Another fan of the game wrote: "Imagine that this was a fan of the Bulldogs! The indignation would last for weeks."
The marginal behavior of the poor occurs when Cronulla sharks fight against claims for breaching the salary cap and making illegal payments.
The users of Twitter were furious with the screen, and one said that the play was "pathetic".
The claims go back three years, according to Fox Sports, and are estimated at $ 250,000.
Paul Kent, of Fox League, told Triple M: "It seems that the payments were paid to someone at the club, who basically received an overpayment and the money they paid was passed directly to the players."
The NRL Integrity Commission is still investigating allegations that the club violated the salary cap.
The attack of the Sharks fanatics against Latrell (pictured) while the club is investigated by the NRL Integrity Commission for breach of the salary cap
A spokesman told Fox Sports last week that the club appeared to be serving.
The NRL spokesman said: "These consultations are ongoing, so we are not in a position to continue commenting at this stage.
"However, according to the information available, sharks and all other clubs meet the salary cap for 2018."
If found guilty, the NRL may impose penalties such as fines or club berths.