Super League forward Joel Tomkins and his Catalans Dragons side are 80 minutes from playing in a grand final, but the back-rower is likely to miss out due to a rather intrusive incident during a tackle.
Tomkins was part of the Catalans Dragons side that defeated Leeds on Friday evening in England to book a clash with reigning Super League champions St Helens.
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The winner will advance to play Wigan or Hull FC, but Tomkins is unlikely to be there owing to an incident in the 54th minute.
Leeds playmaker Richie Myler turned the ball over and was met in a tackle from Tomkins and Dragons teammate Israel Folau.
But Tomkins put one of his fingers near a delicate part of Myler’s anatomy which prompted a scuffle on field.
Myler declined to make an official complaint when asked by referee Chris Kendall and the video ref did not interject.
But many fans on social media were blowing up about Tomkins’ behaviour, comparing it an incident involving John Hopoate when the Manly winger was banned for 12 weeks in 2001.