'You're all snitches anyway' - England prop Kyle Sinckler rips the Wallabies
England prop Kyle Sinckler was caught ripping the Australian players during his side's 37-18 win over the Wallabies on Saturday.
Australian players Kurtley Beale and Adam Ashley-Cooper were both dropped for the game at Twickenham after breaking the team's rules regarding visitors.
Ashley-Cooper and Beale brought three women, including Ashley-Cooper’s sister-in-law back to their hotel following the defeat to Wales two weeks ago.
The extra visitors were reported by other Wallaby players to team captain Michael Hooper’s leadership group with head coach Michael Cheika then making a decision to drop both players for their November test finale with England.
Sinckler was well aware of what had transpired within Wallaby camp and was caught on referee Jaco Peyper's microphone telling the Australian players 'you're all fucking snitches anyway' after a brief melee between both sides in the second-half.
Kyle Sinckler caught on mic to Aussies: "You're all f***ing snitchers anyway!"#ENGvAUS
Box office rustling from the big man who's come out with fire in his belly.
Here's why: https://t.co/BoPmjqrcLM
— Louis Doré (@LouisAlexDore) November 24, 2018
Sinckler wasn't the only player to be caught on Peyper's microphone with Wallabies captain Michael Hooper openly questioning why Peyper did not award Australia a penalty try after Owen Farrell shoulder charged Wallabies lock Izack Rodda just metres before the line.
Hooper: It doesn't matter if it's cynical or not, he's just after shoulder charging our player, which is dangerous.
Peyper: I thought your ball carrier also dropped the shoulder.
Hooper: Well he's allowed to mate
Stuart Barnes, Will Greenwood, Michael Lynagh and Clive Woodward all said on Sky Sports coverage that Australia should have been awarded a penalty try and it's very hard to disagree with them.