Haas cops heavy sanction over police clash
Broncos star Payne Haas is set to cop a three-game ban and $50,000 fine after pleading guilty to intimidating police.Haas was arrested after clashing with police while drunk at Tweed Heads last month, in the wake of a Brisbane pre-season training trip. He was with his pregnant partner at the time and has since claimed […]

Broncos star Payne Haas is set to cop a three-game ban and $50,000 fine after pleading guilty to intimidating police.Haas was arrested after clashing with police while drunk at Tweed Heads last month, in the wake of a Brisbane pre-season training trip. He was with his pregnant partner at the time and has since claimed to have been emotional over the death of his brother.The 21-year-old Test and Origin star has expressed remorse but the NRL has followed up with a hefty proposed penalty. Haas was issued with a breach notice by the NRL on Monday, which also demanded that he undergo and education program and communitry service.Payne Haas of the Broncos. (Getty)"Payne's conduct was unacceptable. There are no excuses for any form of abuse towards our police force. Any player who intimidates police will be dealt with severely,'' NRL chief executive Andrew Abdo said in a statement."As part of his sanction, Payne is required to participate in an appropriate education program and engage in community service as directed by the NRL. It's important our sanctions are two-fold – they must act as a deterrent but also have an element of education and rehabilitation so players who are in trouble can learn from their mistakes and develop into better young men."Although most of our players are outstanding role models in the community, we need to do more to ensure better decision making and accountability among our playing group. We will be reviewing our education programmes and also reviewing our financial penalties, in conjunction with the RLPA, to ensure that we are doing all we can to eliminate instances where the players let themselves and the community down."Haas will miss games against the Eels (home), Titans (away) and Bulldogs (home) under his suspension.The $50,000 in the maximum allowable under NRL rules. The NRL said that the figure would be reviewed to ensure that fines acted as a genuine deterrent.For a daily dose of the best of the breaking news and exclusive content from Wide World of Sports, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here!
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