NZ Warriors forward Kane Evans could face disciplinary action for an obscene message written on his wrist tape.
The former Parramatta Eels enforcer was 18th man in the 30-16 loss to the Penrith Panthers in Brisbane on Sunday, but with none of the Warriors' four injuries coming through foul play, he wasn't required.
But Evans was prepared to play, and was sitting sideline during the match and his message was captured by cameras.
Images quickly circulated on social media and the ABC Grandstand radio commentary team also made note of the message "fold some c***."
The NRL has been tough on similar offences in the past, including with Evans' new teammate Matt Lodge.
The former Brisbane Broncos prop was banned for two games in 2014 after an offensive message was written on his strapping during an under-20s representative game.
The Warriors were brave in defeat on Sunday after losing four players before halftime and the prognosis doesn't look good.
While captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck will likely be available to play this weekend (concussion), Tohu Harris (ACL) and Wade Egan (shoulder) are done for the season while centre Rocco Berry suffered a hamstring pull.