Manly player held up at knife point in China

Yahoo!7 November 12, 2012, 12:28 pm

Manly utility Liam Foran has reportedly been held up at knife point on holidays in Shanghai.

News Ltd is reporting Foran, the brother of Kiwi international and star Manly five-eight Kieran, was held up after getting lost in the Chinese city, which has a population of 23 million people.

A Sea Eagles spokeswoman said Foran described the incident as “not a big deal” and has moved on.

The spokeswoman confirmed Forand had some money taken from him but was not hurt in the incident.

He will begin pre-season training with the Sea Eagles in Monday.

Foran has played 10 NRL games in his career, seven of which were this year.

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  1. vicki02:58pm Monday 12th November 2012 ESTReport Abuse

    You can stay home and feel like your in shangai along with many other countries.

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