Male nudity isnt usually encouraged on here but this past weekend we all saw a different side of Wallaby winger Drew Mitchell, so some of you thought it would be pretty funny to see that tattoed behind again, and have it shared with the world right here on Rugbydump.
Its one thing having your arse exposed to the world on the rugby field but when there is a tattoo involved, it makes things a whole lot more interesting. Within hours a still of Mitchells pale behind was circulating the web, with many trying to identify what exactly could be seen on cheek number two.
According to the tattooed-bum identifying experts out there, the ink shows three separate hands doing rock, paper, scissors. Yep, I dont get it either, but Im sure someone out there knows a bit more and will be willing to share the info in the comments below.
As for the actual rugby, Mitchell scored a try in the game and while the Wallabies won, it wasnt as convincing as they would have liked so their final game of the tour will be what determines if this northern hemisphere adventure will finish up giving the impression of success or not.
Mixed results until now, France will offer quite a stern challenge in freezing weather and conditions that most of the Aussies will only have experienced on this tour. The French scrum will offer another challenge, not to mention their dangerous backs.
“We have a great opportunity against France to see where we are at,” said Berrick Barnes.
“It is important for us going into the World Cup because we are facing a lot of northern hemisphere sides in our pool, so it’s a good gauge for us and to get a few hints on where we need to improve in a few things for next year.
“It is our last game together for the year, so we’d like to finish on a good note,” Barnes added.
It should be a fascinating battle, kicking off at 20:45 local time on Saturday night.