All Blacks winger Zac Guildford allegedly staggered into a Rarotonga bar naked, drunk and bleeding and assaulted two holidaymakers, it has been reported. A Rarotonga bar worker confirmed to The Dominion Post this morning that "the All Black player Zac'' walked into the bar naked and bleeding and assaulted at least one person. The Trader Jacks bar worker, who would not be named, said Guildford was "running around naked" in the bar on Thursday night, Cook Island time.
Shocked Kiwis watched as a naked, drunk and bleeding Zac Guildford staggered into a beachside Rarotonga bar and assaulted two holidaymakers. Witnesses said the All Black winger suddenly appeared dripping wet and without clothes in Trader Jacks, a popular bar and restaurant, about 10pm on Friday NZ time. He was bleeding from a gash to his forehead and wounds on his chest and knees, thought to have happened when he fell off a scooter earlier in the day. Guildford, 22, first punched one man in the bar who asked him if he needed help. Yesterday Cox, who is in Rarotonga with his wife Jenny and a group of 10 Kiwi friends to celebrate his 60th birthday, said he was more shocked than injured by the assault in the bar. The couple will marry on the island tomorrow before a large group of family and friends, including All Black Israel Dagg. In September, Guildford admitted to a drinking problem and met with All Blacks coaches to promise he would take steps to control his drinking. Fiona, an Auckland woman also celebrating a birthday with the same group of Kiwis in Rarotonga, said Guildford was extremely drunk.
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World Cup winning All Black winger Zac Guildford has shocked New Zealand after he was caught staggering into a beachside Rarotonga bar naked, bleeding, soaking wet and drunk before allegedly assaulting two holidaymakers. Witnesses say Guildford walked into the packed Trader Jacks bar on Friday night, dripping wet and without clothes. He had a cut on his forehead that was bleeding and wounds to his chest and knees, which were later claimed to be caused by a scooter accident earlier in the day.
The nudist revolution! However, I find it both fascinating and awesome that more and more people are stripping for more and more reasons. So, ignoring the obvious naked activity that most people will happily adhere to and also the mass of naked, drunk backpackers, here are 5 things that you can do in New Zealand absolutely naked legally! Stay tuned and hopefully this event will go ahead this year too. If you like being naked, then head to the nude golf tournament and follow it up with the World Naked Bike Ride the weekend after.