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Rugby's Israel Folau Refuses To Take Down Discriminatory Comments

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Rugby's Israel Folau Refuses To Take Down Discriminatory Comments

Rugby's Israel Folau Refuses To Take Down Discriminatory Comments

According to CNN, Australia's rugby union authorities have issued Israel Folau with a code of conduct breach notice over his controversial social media post which said "hell awaits" gay people.

In a statement issued Monday, Rugby Australia said the player had "committed a high-level breach of the Professional Players' Code of Conduct warranting termination of his employment contract.

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