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Tom Lynch (photo) played on Alex Rance's comment about & # 39; overthrowing the apple wagon & # 39; by bringing the former Gold Coast Suns Captain to the Tigers

Slim Shady, a window cleaner and a VERY brutal count with a teammate: the premiership heroes of Richmond go all out for Mad Monday – but Dustin Martin avoids the spotlight with a hoodie before he turns up for UberEats

  • John Howard and Ash Barty were among the outbursts on the Mad Monday in Richmond
  • Players went to a secret location after celebrating with fans on Sunday
  • Farmers, Eminem, boys, doctors and a window cleaner all appeared
  • Dustin Martin avoided media in a hoodie before collecting an UberEats order
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The premiership stars of Richmond have lowered their style and celebrate Mad Monday with a wide collection of eclectic costumes.

The Tigers ended their 2019 season with an 89-point flogging of the GWS Giants on Saturday and have been in party mode ever since, with celebrations starting after the game in a fan day on Punt Road on Sunday.

The boys saddled again on Punt Road for Mad Monday, with players gaining inspiration for their costumes from far and wide before jumping on a bus to an unnamed location.

Tom Lynch (photo) played on Alex Rance's comment about & # 39; overthrowing the apple wagon & # 39; by bringing the former Gold Coast Suns Captain to the Tigers

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Tom Lynch (photo) played on Alex Rance's comment about & # 39; overthrowing the apple wagon & # 39; by bringing the former Gold Coast Suns Captain to the Tigers

Then Butler (photo) dressed as Eminem with a microphone and blond peroxide hair

Then Butler (photo) dressed as Eminem with a microphone and blond peroxide hair

Then Butler (photo) dressed as Eminem with a microphone and blond peroxide hair

Tom Lynch had a not-so-subtle count with teammate Alex Rance, dressed as a farmer with a wheelbarrow full of apples.

That was a clear reference to Rance & # 39; s warning to the Tigers not to sign Lynch from last year last year, because he feared that it might upset the apple wagon.

Dan Butler came as rapper Eminem, complete with peroxide blond hair and a microphone.

Butler wasn't the only one who changed his haircut, with David Astbury shaving the middle part of his head to become a hilarious version of former Prime Minister John Howard.

David Astbury & # 39; s recreation of the iconic bowl of John Howard (photo)
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David Astbury & # 39; s recreation of the iconic bowl of John Howard (photo)

David Astbury & # 39; s recreation of the iconic bowl of John Howard (photo)

Astbury (photo) was dedicated to the costume and shaved the middle part of his head

Astbury (photo) was dedicated to the costume and shaved the middle part of his head

Astbury (photo) was dedicated to the costume and shaved the middle part of his head

Liam Baker remained true to his character and cleaned the lens of a 7News cameraman with his mouth while dressed like a window cleaner.

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Tigers captain Trent Cotchin came as Richmond fan and tennis world number one Ash Barty, while Jack Ross dressed a male child complete with an adult diaper.

Sydney Stack wore a blue wig while Rick Sanchez from Rick and Morty, with Oleg Markov, Callum Moore and Brandon Ellis dressed as a menacing threesome.

Shane Edwards and Nathan Broad belonged to a group of vegetarian demonstrators who marched with & # 39; Meat is Murder & # 39; signs.

Oleg Markov, Callum Moore and Brandon Ellis (photo) dressed to fit hip bags and runners

Oleg Markov, Callum Moore and Brandon Ellis (photo) dressed to fit hip bags and runners

Oleg Markov, Callum Moore and Brandon Ellis (photo) dressed to fit hip bags and runners

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Doctors in scrubs, the cast of Shrek and Ronald McDonald were also on hand, while Dustin Martin avoided the spotlight in a dark hoody.

The double Norm Smith medalist sneaked through a side door before collecting an UberEats order.

Martin famously told the Richmond crowd on Punt Road on Sunday that he couldn't & # 39; remember & # 39 ;.

Dustin Martin (photo second from left) avoided cameras & # 39; s before he picked up an UberEats delivery

Dustin Martin (photo second from left) avoided cameras & # 39; s before he picked up an UberEats delivery

Dustin Martin (photo second from left) avoided cameras & # 39; s before he picked up an UberEats delivery

Callum Moore and Alex Rance with Dion Prestia in rock form (photo) enjoy Mad Monday celebrations
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Callum Moore and Alex Rance with Dion Prestia in rock form (photo) enjoy Mad Monday celebrations

Callum Moore and Alex Rance with Dion Prestia in rock form (photo) enjoy Mad Monday celebrations

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