The old mantra used to be "what goes on tour stays on tour" but for today's All Blacks, what goes on in the toilet doesn't stay in the toilet - not if you're in broad daylight at Christchurch Airport.
All Blacks halfback Aaron Smith has been stood down and sent home from the South Africa tour after breaking team protocol, having been caught entering a disabled toilet cubicle with a woman.
But Brooke Daji has a unique take on Smith's toilet tryst.
Ms Daji was married to All Blacks first five player Luke McAlister but found the ring was no barrier to girls wanting a piece of him and often, right in front of her.
"I just think nothing surprises me in the rugby world with some of the things I've seen and lived," she says.
But it's not a topic any All Blacks, past or present, want to tackle. No one Story approached would talk on camera.
However one All Black we did speak to says social media has changed everything, and it was laughable Smith thought he would get away with what he did.
Ms Daji says this incident is a big deal, especially with the NZRU currently in disrepute, but doesn't think the buck stops with the union.
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