Geelong Cats stars with tired eyes looked a bit worse because they staggered home after a boozy day out on Wacky Wednesday.
The players brought out weird, crazy and beautiful costumes and props to celebrate the end of the club's AFL season.
The small prime ministers, who were defeated by Richmond last week in the preliminary final, drowned their worries in Geelong, starting at the Cremorne Hotel on Wednesday morning.
They later went to the Sporting Globe, where they continue the parties.
Oscar Brownless (left) dressed as Steve Irwin and Gryan Miers who went as fellow teammate Luke Dahlhaus during his Bulldogs days
Nakia Cockatoo (left), Stefano Kunbor and Jake Kolodjashnij (rear) can be seen outside the Sporting Globe in Geelong
Jake Kolodjashnij, Nakia Cockatoo and Stefano Kunbor are seen home after a day out on Wacky Wednesday
Scott Selwood, Gary Rohan dressed as Chuckie van Rugrats, and Tom Hawkins were seen on Wednesday night
Gary Rohan and Tom Hawkins were seen smiling and posing with enthusiastic fans on the street as they headed home
The team brought the weird, crazy and beautiful people out while wearing their best costumes and props for the New Year celebrations
Brandan Parfitt dressed as Bruno Mars (left) gets clamped to another player when they ended the celebrations on Wednesday night
When the night came to an end, some players saw each other holding each other up when they started home.
Speedster Gary Rohan, dressed as Chuckie from Rugrats, and power forward Tom Hawkins, dressed as Rohan from his youth football days, took the time to pose for photos with young fans when they left the room.
Now that their season ended abruptly a week earlier than hoped, the cats had a few days to think about their outfits.
And they did not disappoint with a wide range of dress-ups on display, from popular movie, television and book characters to firefighters, cowboys, animal onesies and a fallen rock legend.
Gary Ablett Jr. arrived with son Levi, who didn't seem too impressed with his cameo as baby Carlos from The Hangover
Cat star Tom Hawkins arrived while putting on a Victorian shirt and for unknown reasons a rooster was on his shoulder
Cat star Patrick Dangerfield dressed as a fireman, but looked a little depressed while he gave the camera a thumbs down
Scott Selwood looked dressed to impress on Wacky Wednesday, in a pink cowboy outfit, made even better with a blonde wig
Veteran Gary Ablett Junior showed up for what could be his last end of the season with baby son Levi in tow making a cameo like baby Carlos from The Hangover while Patrick Dangerfield rocked a firefighter's uniform with a Port Adelaide sweater underneath.
& # 39; He forgot about the premiership & # 39 ;, said Port Adelaide legend Kane Cornes on Twitter, referring to Power's victory in 2004.
Two players have startled their best Freddie Mercury imitations, including Cats Skipper Joel Selwood (photo)
There was no Wally missing, also known as Cats star Wylie Buzza, who decided to come as his favorite children's book character
Geelong & # 39; s Mad Wednesday celebrations in Melbourne were an opportunity for players to lower their hair after a big season
Cats skipper Joel Selwood came as legendary frontman of the Queen, the late Freddie Mercury, just like teammate Luke Dalhaus.
The unusual props also raised a few eyebrows with cat trucker Zac Smith dressed as a poo-colored toilet, while red-haired Tom Hawkins arrived with a cock on his shoulder.
Traditionally held on Monday after the end of the season, the cats delayed their party by two days because of the Brownlow Medal awards from Monday night.
The Richmond Tigers will be looking for their second premiership in three seasons when competing against the newest club of the AFL GWS Giants in Saturday's AFL grand final in the MCG for 100,000 fans.
Oscar Brownless came as the Crocodile Hunter to the deceased Steve Irwin while Cats teammate Jordan Clark rocked a croc onesie
Zac Smith may be preparing to scrub more toilets later during the New Year's celebrations of Cats & Mad 39
Kath and Kim, aka Geelong players Ben Jarvis and Jacob Kennerley are used to drinking chardonnay instead of beer
Rookie Gryan Miers came as teammate Luke Dalhaus, who once had similar dreads while at his old club Western Bulldogs
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