Sean O’Brien Named As Leinster Player Who Allegedly Urinated On Man In Bar
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Ireland international Sean O’Brien has been named by the Irish Independent as the Leinster player currently under investigation following an incident in a Dublin pub on the night of their PRO14 final celebrations.
O’Brien is alleged to have urinated on a member of the public in a bust Dublin pub. A source close to the process confirmed to the Sunday Independent that the investigation could last up to a fortnight.
The flanker has already played his final game for Leinster as he gets set to join London Irish after the World Cup – a tournament he will miss out on as he gets set for hip surgery.
In a separate incident on the same night a Leinster academy star was knocked unconscious by former player Stan Wright.