Wests Tigers gamers Zane Musgrove and Asu Kepaoa have been reportedly detained following an incident outside the Coogee Bay Lodge.

Wests Tigers players Zane Musgrove and Asu Kepaoa have been reportedly detained and taken to Maroubra Law enforcement Station on Sunday morning pursuing an incident outdoors the Coogee Bay Lodge.

As claimed by The Courier-Mail’s Travis Meyn, the duo had been briefly locked up by law enforcement soon after allegedly refusing to leave the vicinity.

Musgrove and Kepaoa ended up launched without charge, but NSW Police verified Kepaoa was issued with an infringement recognize.

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“Just in advance of 3am (on Sunday), officers from Japanese Beaches Police Space Command attended a accredited premises on Arden Street, Coogee and spoke to stability who had refused entry to a range of patrons,” a NSW Law enforcement statement mentioned.

“Police spoke to a team of folks exterior, directing them to leave the vicinity when two gentlemen allegedly grew to become abusive, refusing to do so.

“Both men, aged 20 and 24, were arrested and taken to Maroubra Law enforcement Station just before remaining launched shortly following.

“The more youthful male (Kepaoa) has due to the fact been issued an infringement for excluded man or woman remain in vicinity of certified premises.”

The Wests Tigers produced a assertion on Sunday afternoon confirming the club was conscious of the incident.

“The club understands the two players were fined by NSW Police for Failure to Depart a Certified Premises and were being not charged,” the assertion browse.

“Wests Tigers are operating cooperatively with the NRL Integrity Unit and NSW Police on the subject and will be generating no further remark at this time.”

An NRL spokesman said: “The NRL Integrity Device is informed of an incident and is performing with NSW Police and Wests Tigers.”

NSW Law enforcement verified an investigation was ongoing.

Musgrove represented the Tigers in 6 online games throughout 2020 premiership, although Kepaoa produced his debut for the club last time, scoring 4 tries in 5 NRL matches.