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The National Rugby League has met with the Sydney Roosters this evening and agreed that Nate Myles should be suspended until the end of round 23 (six matches including Origin) over his behaviour at a Central Coast hotel on Sunday morning.
The Roosters advised the NRL of their decision late this afternoon.
The Roosters club has also been fined $50,000 because of the number of alcohol incidents which have affected the club this season.
Myles was one of a number of players who volunteered independently of the Roosters to attend a junior Rugby League function on the Central Coast on Saturday evening.
Noise complaints were made against the room in which some of the Roosters players were staying at 3.45am and 4.00am.
Shortly after 8.00am on Sunday morning Myles was apparently disorientated and naked in a hotel corridor and attempted to gain entry into the room of a family who was leaving their accommodation. A short time after his entry was refused and the family had left he was found to have defecated elsewhere in the hotel corridor and was later discovered in a fire escape.