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What's the difference between Sydney and Melbourne? AFL star trolls the Bulldogs drunken Mad Monday antics at his club's end-of-year dress ups - with a LATTE

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 12/09/2018 Alex Chapman

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Geelong's AFL finals campaign may have come to a crashing end, but their players were still in high spirits as they donned crazy costumes for their now traditional post-season fancy-dress drinks.

Superstar Patrick Dangerfield stole the show for their 'Wacky Wednesday' at the Lord of the Isles pub in Geelong by poking fun at an NRL team's recent controversy.

Dressing up in a Canterbury Bulldogs jersey with no pants on, Dangerfield was seen sipping a coffee as he took a cheeky jab at the rugby club.

The Bulldogs were fined $250,000 and players charged by police for stripping naked in an out-of-control Mad Monday drinking session last week.

a group of football players on a field: Two players from the Canterbury Bulldogs were charged with wilful and obscene exposure after being spotted stripping out the front of a Sydney pub in their own 'Mad Monday' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Two players from the Canterbury Bulldogs were charged with wilful and obscene exposure after being spotted stripping out the front of a Sydney pub in their own 'Mad Monday' Players from the Bulldogs were photographed stripping off their clothes while dancing to Neil Diamond's Sweet Caroline.

Bulldogs players Adam Elliott and Asipeli Fine were charged with wilful and obscene exposure, prompting Dangerfield's dig.

The NRL wasn't the only cross-code banter the Geelong players dished out.

a person standing in a parking lot: Geelong Cats' star Patrick Dangerfield stole the show during the club's end-of-season celebrations, wearing the uniform of an NRL club stuck in controversy

Geelong Cats' star Patrick Dangerfield stole the show during the club's end-of-season celebrations, wearing the uniform of an NRL club stuck in controversy
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Tom Hawkins and Jackson Thurlow dressed up as Australia and Filipino basketballers in a nod to the infamous basketball brawl in July.

Ex-NBA star and Australian basketball legend Andrew Bogut approved of the attire, taking to Twitter to say: 'The @GeelongCats win 'Mad Monday' indefinitely!!!'

First-year player Ryan Abbott joined Timm House to have a dig at the Australian Cricket Team, donning the whites, complete with stashed squares of sandpaper down their pants.

Other players took aim at world leaders, with Esava Ratugolea, Scott Selwood and Brandan Parfitt dressing up as Denis Rodman, Donald Trump and Kim-Jong Un.

Joel Selwood and Quinton Narkle celebrated the 2018 Royal Wedding in their own way, arriving to the celebrations in a convertible sportscar as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Aaron Black and Nakia Cockatoo had the same idea, driving in on the back of a ute.

It isn't the first year the players have impersonated the Royal Family, with Joel Selwood and Josh Caddy dressing as Kate Middleton and Prince William in 2017.

Geelong's season came to a crashing halt last Friday night, suffering a defeat at the hands of the Melbourne Demons in the first elimination final, losing by almost five goals. 

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