French international scrum half Rory Kockott was told where to go by Ireland flanker Peter O’Mahony during Saturday’s Heineken Cup clash between Castres and Munster.
The 35-year-old Castres half back was mouthing off to Conor Murray about ‘wining’ in front of referee Matt Carley which O’Mahony too exception to, telling him to ‘pi*s off’ in front of thousands of Munster fans at Thomond Park.
However after continuously arguing his case to Carley the official sent Castres back 10 metres to the delight of the home fans and Kockott simply looked on smiling.
In the end Munster won the game 19-13 in round two of the competition and full match highlights are available below:
Despite being born in South Africa Kockott has played 11 times for France and represented Castres more than 200 times since joining in 2011.