Geelong's cheeky dig at NRL in epic Wacky Wednesday celebrations

Patrick Dangerfield has made fun of the Canterbury Bulldogs’ Mad Monday disaster at Geelong’s Wacky Wednesday.

The Cats superstar rocked up to the Lord of the Isles pub in Geelong on Wednesday dressed in a Canterbury jersey and with no pants on.

Dangerfield’s outfit choice was clearly a cheeky dig at the NRL club, after they were fined $250,000 and had players charged by police after stripping naked and disgracing themselves last week.

Dangerfield’s costume wasn’t the only cracker, with Joel Selwood and Quinton Narkle arriving as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Esava Ratugolea, Scott Selwood and Brandan Parfitt played politics, dressing up as Denis Rodman, Donald Trump and Kim-Jong un.

Wylie Buzza embraced his ‘baby giraffe’ nickname.

Cameron Guthrie honoured his favourite rapper Post Malone.

Tom Hawkins channelled Australia’s infamous basket-brawl with the Phillipines.

And the Aussie cricket team’s sandpaper scandal even got a run.

Geelong are well-known for nailing their end-of-season celebrations, putting the NRL to shame in recent times.

Canterbury’s Mad Monday dramas cost them one of their long-term major sponsors last Friday, with Jaycar ending their nine-year partnership.

A sponsor of the Bulldogs since midway through 2009 season, Jaycar chief executive Gary Johnston emailed Canterbury counterpart Andrew Hill on Friday morning to inform him the deal had been terminated.

It comes just a day after the NRL hit the club with a proposed $250,000 fine, while two players were charged by NSW Police, and four in total fined by the club following their highly publicised end-of-season drinking session.

with AAP