I got this from Stuff. I used to work in a hotel as Night Porter and know that even international players tend to often mix the lethal cocktail of alcohol and women. The thing is that women often throw themselves at famous players but these things can often turn ugly with alcohol and of course people's judgement being blurred. These incidents occur and it is often one person's word against another. It is a great way to get famous for the female. I am not saying it is always the case, but the female is often not the victim.
They may have lost on the pitch on Saturday, but at least one English rugby player performed like the Energizer bunny later that night, a British tabloid has reported.
The Sun has interviewed model Sophie Lewis, 22, known as Angel, who claimed the superfit player "went like an Energizer Bunny" for hours.
The unnamed player is said to be one of two England aces accused of later watching sex acts involving two teammates and an 18-year-old girl who works in a lapdancing bar.
Sophie – among a group of girls who went back to stars' rooms at The Hilton in Auckland last Saturday – was with pals in fancy dress at the raunchy Pony Club bar when the sporting idol chatted her up, The Sun reported.
She told a friend: "I think it was my Alice in Wonderland costume that caught his eye. He even called me Alice when we first met.
According to The Sun, the model said he "wasn't flash or arrogant.
"He's very handsome and was a smoothie, a real charmer. I went back to the Hilton with him and we ended up in his room at about 5am.
He was fantastic in bed – awesome and had amazing staying power. He kept going like the Energizer Bunny in the TV ads.
Witnesses have said that while some players hit the booze after England’s defeat by the All Blacks, Zara Phillips' boyfriend Mike Tindall, 29, stuck with soft drinks.
Backpacker Adam Hastings, 21, said: "Women were flinging themselves at the players but Mike wasn't having any of it."