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Knights boss Peter Parr concedes Kalyn Ponga being caught in a toilet cubicle 'isn't a good look'

Knight’s boss breaks his silence after superstar Kalyn Ponga was caught on video being thrown from a toilet room with teammate Kurt Mann – while two more Newcastle stars are punished

  • Knights Director of Football Peter Parr spoke to media on Tuesday morning
  • Confirmed incident involving Ponga and Kurt Mann is now under investigation
  • Club will act accordingly once the NRL Integrity Unit has completed their investigation
  • Ponga and Mann asked to leave a pub after being caught in a booth together

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Newly appointed Newcastle Knights Director of Football Peter Parr has admitted that star full-back Kalyn Ponga is being asked to leave a toilet cubicle with team-mate Kurt Mann ‘not looking good’.

Parr broke his silence on the matter on Tuesday morning, confirming that the incident is being investigated by the NRL Integrity Unit from a Newcastle pub on Saturday night.

He stressed that it is important that the club allow the process to be concluded before any penalties are imposed on the two players.

Ponga is the club’s co-captain and comfortably the highest paid player.

Knights teammates Kalyn Ponga and Kurt Mann asked to vacate a pub after being caught together in a toilet room in Newcastle on Saturday

Knights teammates Kalyn Ponga and Kurt Mann asked to vacate a pub after being caught together in a toilet room in Newcastle on Saturday

New Knights Director of Football Peter Parr (pictured with the late Paul Green) admitted it 'doesn't look right'

New Knights Director of Football Peter Parr (pictured with the late Paul Green) admitted it 'doesn't look right'

New Knights Director of Football Peter Parr (pictured with the late Paul Green) admitted it ‘doesn’t look right’

“It doesn’t look good, but not all the facts are fixed,” Parr said.

‘We will work together with the NRL Integrity Unit and let the process take its course.’

Another example of the club’s bad culture is that Bradman Best and Enari Tuala were dropped to the NSW Cup this weekend.

The pair were late on the team bus on Sunday morning after being beaten 28-10 by the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.

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