Joe Westerman booed by fans and gets hauled off after just 30 mins in horror Super League start after sex act shame | The Sun

JOE WESTERMAN was booed by fans and hauled off after just 30 minutes in his first match since his sex act shame video.

The Castleford forward, 33, disgraced himself when he was caught in an alleyway performing a sex act on a blonde woman who was not his wife.

Despite the controversy, leaked on social media last weekend, the two-cap England international was named in Castleford's starting line-up to play away at Hull FC in their 2023 Super League opener.

He shamelessly smiled with glee as was jeered getting off the team bus at the MKM Stadium.

Westerman was then booed in some quarters of the ground as the teams were announced.

However, he received a rousing cheer from Castleford’s away following.


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Tigers fans chanted vulgar songs in support of Westerman.

The rugby league love rat barely touched the ball in a horrendous start for Castleford, who found themselves 16-0 down after just 16 minutes thanks to three Hull tries.

When Westerman was able to make a tackle – eventually enabling Castleford to hit back with a try – one Tigers fan shouted an expletive chant.

Further jeers followed when the underperforming Westerman was hooked after 30 minutes – with his side conceding a try a minute later.

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After being taken off in the first half, Westerman – whose x-rated exploits were filmed outside a Greggs bakery – was reintroduced with 20 minutes to spare and had a hand in a Castleford comeback – although his side lost 32-30.

After being involved in a second Castleford try, one fan joked: “If we win this, I’ll buy him a chocolate doughnut from Greggs.”

Westerman's rugby league return coincided with another graphic video of him in the alleyway with the mum-of-two came to light.

The new clip shows him on his knees and fumbling with the woman, who rests up against a wall.

Again, he has his trousers and pants around his ankles in the ten-second footage after his 15-hour booze bender.

Hull FC fan Natalie Chadwell, 40, blasted: “He’s a dirty b******. 

“It’s a disgrace that he’s playing after what he has done to his wife and his kids.

“Rugby League is meant to be a family game – what message does he send that he’s out on the pitch?


“It’s disgusting. 

“The woman he was with has been sacked from her job – why hasn’t he been sacked from his?

“I think it’s a joke. Castleford have said they’ve given him a substantial fine – but that’s nothing.

“A proper punishment would be stopping him from playing.

“Honestly, I’m appalled that he is here. What message does it send?”

Fellow supporter Phil Wilson, 54, added: “It was such a silly thing to do. 

“I thought he might not play because his head wouldn’t be in the right place.

“The annoying thing is he’s still capable of putting in a man-of-the-match performance.”

Son Luke, 19, added: “I thought he would be at home trying to save his marriage than be in Hull playing rugby.”

The thought of kissing him after that just makes me feel sick

However, a host of Castleford fans supported Westerman and defended his inclusion.

His distraught wife Lauren Westerman, 33, said there were "no excuses" over the video and that her husband had been caught with the blonde estate agent following a day-long drinking session.

She vowed to never take him back after she kicked him out of the West Yorkshire family home, revealing the marriage is "over".

Lauren, 33, told The Sun: “Truth is, he only told me because it was on social media.

“But I'm glad it was found because the thought of kissing him after that just makes me feel sick."

The disgusted mum-of-three previously said: "I've relived that footage over and over again.

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"It's something I'll never be able to get out of my mind, no matter how hard I try."

Westerman later made a grovelling public apology to his family and friends after the graphic video went viral.

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