Brisbane AFL star Charlie Cameron admits he's been shaken up after a local gang stole his car and gloated about it online.
The Lions forward was in Melbourne playing in the AFL State of Origin fundraiser for bushfire victims when his Mercedes was stolen from his Norman Park home.
On Sunday members of what's known as the "Southside" gang tagged Cameron's Instagram account in photos they posted online of themselves standing in front of an identical car.
Asked if he was OK by reporters after Lions training on Tuesday, Cameron said, "All good, just shocked.”
"Obviously it's quite disappointing what happened but I just want to thank the Queensland police for looking for it (the car), also the AFL and the people that have messaged me through Instagram and stuff.
"That's all I can talk about at the moment."
Cameron's teammate Mitch Robinson had earlier urged his Twitter followers to get in touch if they had any helpful information.
The Lions will play their final pre-season fixture against Carlton in Melbourne on Sunday.
Dayne Zorko under fire after wiping out female trainer
Dayne Zorko has come under fire from fans after inadvertently injuring a female trainer.
The Brisbane Lions captain was in action against Port Adelaide in a pre-season clash when the ugly incident occurred.
Zorko shoved Port Adelaide’s Kane Farrell over the boundary line even though his opponent was clearly going out of bounds already.
Farrell then clattered straight into a female Brisbane trainer who was tending to another player sitting on the sideline.
OUCH! Pretty ordinary stuff here from Dayne Zorko. Fingers crossed the trainer is okay 🤞 pic.twitter.com/MH2LYtOn91— Triple M Footy (@triplemfooty) February 23, 2020
Farrell crashed into the trainer’s back at frighting speed, leaving both sprawled on the ground.
Luckily for all involved the trainer was able to walk it off, however fans weren’t too pleased with Zorko’s actions.