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Titans' Bird faces axe after altercation logo 20/09/2016 Matt Encarnacion
Greg Bird of the Titans runs the ball during the round 23 NRL match. © Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Greg Bird of the Titans runs the ball during the round 23 NRL match.

Gold Coast Titans bad boy Greg Bird faces the axe at the club after being involved in an altercation at a pub in NSW's Far North Coast.

Bird was attending teammate Anthony Don's buck's weekend when he was refused entry to the Hotel Brunswick in the coastal town of Brunswick Heads.

The 31-year-old Bird was then allegedly involved in an altercation with venue security.

Bird told 9News that the clash wasn’t physical but when furthered questioned about his involvement, kept answering: "Not with me".

Bird has pleaded his innocence to the club but the Titans are refusing to decide his fate at the club until the conclusion of an investigation by the NRL Integrity Unit.

"I am aware of an alleged incident that is being investigated by the Integrity Unite," Titans CEO Graham Annesley said in a statement.

"The club will wait for that to conclude before deciding on an appropriate course of action."

Bird has a long list if indiscretions against his name during his time on the Glitter Strip and has been facing the threat of his contract being torn up should he step out of line again.

He ran into trouble with the law around the time of his wedding when he was caught urinating beside an unmarked police car in Byron Bay. He was fined and sanctioned by the club.

Bird was then one of six Titans players caught up in a cocaine scandal after being charged with supply in 2015. However, he was acquitted after several court appearances.

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