Kiwis league prop Nelson Asofa-Solomona faces serious repercussions after a brawl outside a Bali nightclub.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that Asofa-Solomona has told Melbourne Storm officials he became involved in a fight after his team mate Suliasi Vunivalu was king hit.
A video running with the story shows a man alleged to be Asofa-Solomona throwing a number of big punches. NRL.com reported that footage of the incident was spread on social media on Sunday night.
The massive forward has been booked on a flight home to face Storm chief executive Dave Donaghy and the NRL integrity unity.
Asofa-Solomona is facing serious punishment from his club and his place in the Kiwis team to face Great Britian and Australia is now in major doubt. It would be a bitter blow for the Kiwis, who have already lost his fellow Storm prop Jesse Bromwich for the upcoming tests.
The Telegraph quoted a "source" in Bali who said: "He just went berserk. His mate got whacked and he went off."
A Storm official said: "No matter what the circumstances are, we don't accept this sort of behaviour."
Another club spokesman said: "Storm takes these type of incidents very seriously."
NRL.com reported that footage of the incident was spread on social media on Sunday night. They did not name the player.
Melbourne Storm players including Josh Addo-Carr, Cameron Munster, Felise Kaufusi, Brandon Smith and Tui Kamikamica have been in Bali on holiday.