Club Statement - Crowd Behaviour

Club Statement - Crowd Behaviour

The club has issued a statement concerning crowd behaviour at Saturday's Bulldogs and Tigers match.

The Club has been made aware of an allegation that a crowd member, believed to be supporting the Western Bulldogs was removed from the MCG yesterday for allegedly making a homophobic slur towards a Richmond player.

The Club has a code of conduct established for its members, which prohibits such behaviour and it expects all Western Bulldogs members and fans abide by the principles stated in that code, as a condition of membership.

The Club has sought and is awaiting further information from the AFL in relation to the incident.

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