The Canterbury Bulldogs lose the main sponsor thanks to the games of the Mad Monday

The aftermath of Monday's crazy drunken celebrations have now seen the electronics company Jaycar, who has supported the team since 2009.

The hangover continues for the Bulldogs with a major sponsor cutting ties with the club for the Mad Monday scandal.

The stars of the Canterbury Bulldogs were photographed naked and vomiting in the street during the end of season celebrations at the Harbor View Hotel in Sydney this week.

The aftermath of Monday's crazy drunken celebrations have now seen the electronics company Jaycar, who has endorsed the team since 2009, decided to end their association of $ 500,000 per season.

The aftermath of Monday's crazy drunken celebrations have now seen the electronics company Jaycar, who has supported the team since 2009.

The aftermath of Monday's crazy drunken celebrations have now seen the electronics company Jaycar, who has supported the team since 2009.

Adam Elliott (right) is one of two players accused of Monday celebrations Crazy Bullldogs

Adam Elliott (right) is one of two players accused of Monday celebrations Crazy Bullldogs

Adam Elliott (right) is one of two players accused of Monday celebrations Crazy Bullldogs

The founder and owner of the company, Gary Johnston, said he could no longer associate with the team.

"Unfortunately, I simply could not ignore this behavior," he told Fairfax.

& # 39;[The club had] He did not bother to contact us about this matter to explain his version of the story, if there is one, "he said.

It is understood that Mr. Johnston plans to float the company on the stock exchange and requires an impeccable reputation for the buyers of shares.

The scandal has been expensive for the club.

Adam Elliott, 23, and Asipeli Fine, 25, were indicted on Thursday after allegedly being photographed dancing naked on the balcony of a pub.

The men were also fined $ 25,000 each for the club for their alleged drunken antics.

Marcelo Montoya – who was photographed after vomiting and collapsed on the street – and Zac Woolford also received a fine of $ 10,000 each from the club.

Crazy Monday celebrations of the Canterbury Bulldogs saw the 63-year license holder of the Harbor View Hotel in the heart of Sydney with five penalty notifications

Crazy Monday celebrations of the Canterbury Bulldogs saw the 63-year license holder of the Harbor View Hotel in the heart of Sydney with five penalty notifications

Crazy Monday celebrations of the Canterbury Bulldogs saw the 63-year license holder of the Harbor View Hotel in the heart of Sydney with five penalty notifications

The hotel where the players went crazy has received five penalty notifications: two for allowing indecent behavior and three for allowing intoxication in a licensed premises.

The police issued three of the notices for alleged violation of the New South Wales Liquor Act by allowing intoxication on the premises during the club's private event.

As a result, the pub could face heavy fines, face restrictions on trading hours or even be closed, which would have a chilling effect on Sydney pubs before the holiday season.

The electronics company Jaycar has to end his association of $ 500,000 per season with the Bulldogs after the scandal last Monday

The electronics company Jaycar has to end his association of $ 500,000 per season with the Bulldogs after the scandal last Monday

The electronics company Jaycar has to end his association of $ 500,000 per season with the Bulldogs after the scandal last Monday

Marcelo Montoya (right) was fined $ 10,000 by the club after he imagined him vomiting and fainting in the street

Marcelo Montoya (right) was fined $ 10,000 by the club after he imagined him vomiting and fainting in the street

Marcelo Montoya (right) was fined $ 10,000 by the club after he imagined him vomiting and fainting in the street

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