New details in 'shirtless' Elliott toilet tryst

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An worker needed a cardinal to unfastened a toilet cubicle doorway for information to region a shirtless Adam Elliott from a Gold Coast restaurant successful beforehand of patrons, according to a study by the Sydney Morning Herald.

Sources acquainted with the concern told the publication, Elliott was shirtless erstwhile helium near the White Rhino edifice aft being caught successful the men's bath with puerility person Millie Boyle.

It's alleged the NRLW subordinate followed Elliott into the toilets earlier 11pm erstwhile the brace past locked themselves successful a cubicle. Moments aboriginal an worker of the constitution knocked connected the door, but didn't get a response.

Millie Boyle and Adam Elliott. (Getty)

A cardinal was past needed to unfastened the cubicle door, earlier a shirtless Elliot was grabbed by the limb by information and escorted retired of the restaurant. He was past taken retired of the edifice onto Cavill Avenue portion inactive not afloat dressed, overmuch to the astonishment of diners.

Bulldogs wide manager Phil Gould said connected his Six Tackles with Gus podcast that helium couldn't warrant Elliott would inactive beryllium astatine the nine aft the latest incident. He's been stood down from the club's past 2 games.

The NRL fined Elliott $10,000 connected Thursday for "bringing the crippled into disrepute and failing to comply with biosecurity protocols", portion Boyle was fixed a warning.

Elliot was antecedently embroiled successful the club's Mad Monday ungraded successful 2018, arsenic good arsenic "making out" with a erstwhile teammate's fiance successful February.

Elliott has 2 years near connected his lucrative woody with Canterbury aft rebuffing a big-money connection from the Warriors past twelvemonth to enactment astatine Belmore.

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