The final campaign of the Geelong AFL may have reached a resounding end, but its players were still in a good mood as they put on crazy costumes for their traditional post-season costume drinks.
Superstar Patrick Dangerfield stole the show for his "Strange Wednesday" at the Lord of the Isles pub in Geelong taunting the recent controversy of an NRL team.
Dressed in a Canterbury Bulldogs t-shirt without pants, Dangerfield was seen drinking a coffee while giving a brazen blow at the rugby club.
The Bulldogs were fined $ 250,000 and the players accused by the police for undressing in a Mad Monday out-of-control drinking session last week.
Geelong Cats star Patrick Dangerfield stole the show during the club's end-of-season celebrations, wearing the uniform of an NRL club stuck in controversy.
Two players from the Canterbury Bulldogs were accused of stubborn and obscene exposure after having been discovered stripping the front of a Sydney pub on their own "crazy Monday."
The Bulldogs players were photographed taking off their clothes while they danced with Neil Diamond's Sweet Caroline.
Bulldogs players Adam Elliott and Asipeli Fine were accused of stubborn and obscene exposure, prompting the excavation of Dangerfield.
The NRL was not the only cross-code joke that the Geelong players dealt.
Tom Hawkins and Jackson Thurlow disguised themselves as basketball players from Australia and the Philippines in recognition of the infamous basketball fight in July.
Former NBA star and Australian basketball legend, Andrew Bogut, approved the outfit, taking to Twitter to say: & # 39; @GeelongCats win the & # 39; Monday crazy & # 39; indefinitely !!! & # 39;
Freshman Ryan Abbott joined Timm House to dig in the Australian Cricket Team, putting on targets, with squares of sandpaper hidden in his pants.
Ryan Abbott and Timm House pointed to the sandpaper scandal of the Australian cricket team
Tom Hawkins and Jackson Thurlow disguised themselves as Australian and Philippine basketball champions in a gesture towards the infamous basketball fight in July
Other players targeted the world leaders, with Esava Ratugolea, Scott Selwood and Brandan Parfitt dressing up as Denis Rodman, Donald Trump and Kim-Jong Un.
Joel Selwood and Quinton Narkle celebrated the royal wedding of 2018 in their own way, arriving at celebrations in a convertible sports car like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Aaron Black and Nakia Cockatoo had the same idea, driving on the back of a Ute.
It is not the first year that players have passed themselves off as the royal family, with Joel Selwood and Josh Caddy dressing up as Kate Middleton and Prince William in 2017.
The Geelong season came to an end last Friday night, suffering a defeat at the hands of the Melbourne Demons in the first elimination final, losing by almost five goals.
Joel Selwood and Quinton Narkle arrived, dressed as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Harry Taylor, the injured, was the first to arrive, dressing like a milkman and at the same time confirming that he will play another year in Geelong in 2019.
Esava Ratugolea, Scott Selwood and Brandan Parfitt disguised as Denis Rodman, Donald Trump and Kim-Jong Un after the trio peace talks in North Korea
Jamaine Jones (left) showed her version of the new movie Incredibles, while Wylie Buzza (right) put on crutches to disguise herself as a giraffe