LIST: 10 Ridiculous Pics Of Drunken Rugby Players You HAVE To See

With technology constantly on the rise, enjoying a night out on the town boozing it up is nearly impossible without being snapped in some type of picture.

Even for us, the average human, we’ve fallen victim to such tactics. Without a doubt, you can remember a time that you get heavily wasted and your buddies took advantage of the situation by snapping a slew of photos and videos. Now just imagine you’re a famous rugby player…

In this article, we take a look at some of the most hilarious drunken pics pertaining to rugby players. Some are candid shots taken by the paparazzi while others were actually uploaded to Snapchat by fans – it’s a scary time for technology folks! From Billy Vunipola being carried out of a club by a bouncer to Martin Casrogiovanni partying with Zlatan, this hilarious article truly has it all.

Enjoy and like always, be sure to share it with a friend. Without further ado, here are 15 ridiculous drunken pics of rugby players you HAVE to see.

We begin with big Billy!

1. Billy Vunipola 

The England rugby team were confirmed as the winners of the Six Nations championship in March 2017- despite losing to Ireland in Dublin – and many of the squad marked the occasion with an all-night party in a local nightclub complex alongside their wives and girlfriends.

Looking dishevelled with his shirt open and tie discarded, the bleary-eyed back-rower had to be helped to a waiting car wearing what appeared to be a cloth garment similar to a sarong tied over his trousers around his waist – and was still looking a little delicate when the squad checked out of the Conrad Hotel the next day


2. Martin Castrogiovanni

The Italy prop was suspended by his club Racing 92 after pictures of him partying in Las Vegas surfaced on social media in April 2016 with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The 34-year-old is said to have told Racing that he could not play in their Champions Cup semi-final clash with Leicester Tigers as he had a family matter to attend to in Argentina.

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