Gold Coast Titans rugby league players have proudly modeled the special spotted uniform they will be wearing in the NRL’s upcoming anti-vaxxer round.
“We’re proud that a bunch of blokes mainly known for their ability to take a series of heavy blows to the head have so enthusiastically embraced their role as ambassadors at the cutting edge of medical research,” said Titans CEO Ted Rubella. “Though we have scotched the rumours that the boys will be pulling on the same jerseys if the team makes it to the World Club Challenge in the northern hemisphere, because everyone knows you’ll fall off the edge of the world if you attempt to travel from Australia to England.”
Other clubs have also revealed the designs for their jumpers, with the Manly Sea Eagles sporting a bubonic plague black buboe motif, the Canberra Raiders featuring a lumpy mumps themed top, and the Wests Tigers vowing to take to the field wearing polio style leg calipers.
The leg calipers are predicted to greatly improve the playing ability of the Wests Tigers.
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