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Injured Kiwis and Bulldogs star Sonny Bill Williams has been implicated in the latest calamity to beset his controversial National Rugby League outfit - an early morning rampage through the club's headquarters
Williams' management downplayed his involvement in a drunken invasion of the club's headquarters at the end of "Mad Monday" celebrations - traditionally held after a team's season ends.
Williams and fellow-Kiwis international Roy Asotasi were among a group of players that entered the offices at Belmore early last Monday where they overturned equipment and taped chairs together.
Bulldogs chief executive Malcolm Noad was livid when learning the administration office had been breached and has warned a new disciplinary code will be in force next season.
Speaking through his manager Gavin Orr, Williams admitted being in the office but "wasn't involved in any of the minor misbehaving".
The incident occurred two days before Williams briefly appeared in a local Sydney court on a drink driving charge. The 20-year-old was charged after police saw him drive erratically early on August 17 in the city's eastern suburbs.
He will reappear in court on October 4.