Loosehead-prop Cian Healy celebrated a try on his 100th cap by vomiting on the pitch.
The loosehead-prop vomited while alongside the physio in Patris before soon after departing for an HIA, which he eventually passed.
BBC Sport commentator Brian Moore was the target of a lot of criticism across social media after he made a ‘disgraceful’ comment following the incident.
The former England international ‘joked’ that Healy might have Bulimia on the broadcast, and that didn’t go down well across social media.
What is Bulimia nervosa?
If you experience bulimia, you may find that you eat large amounts of food in one go because you feel upset or worried (binging). You may then feel guilty or ashamed after binging and want to get rid of the food you have eaten (purging).
Here’s how social media reacted:
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