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Caxton Hotel under investigation for allegedly ‘sneaking Allan Langer in the back door’

Brisbane’s Caxton Hotel is under police investigation for license breaches after allegedly sneaking Allan Langer in the back door for his birthday celebrations.

The Broncos legend and fellow staff members Ryan Whitley and Blake Duncan were quarantined and fined for breaking the NRL’s coronavirus protocols after they went to the Caxton.

The trio were fined $5,000 and ordered to enter a 14-day quarantine period.

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However, Channel 9 reported on Wednesday the Hotel was being investigated for potentially sneaking the three Broncos staff members into the venue.

“Queensland Police are investigating whether the Caxton Hotel snuck Aflie Langer and two others in the back door for Alfie’s birthday function,” Nine News reported.

One of Brisbane's most iconic pubs is under police investigation – accused of being involved in a major COVID-19 breach by Brisbane Broncos staff. @JessMillward9 #9News

“They’re also looking at whether or not the ID scanners and CCTV cameras were switched off as part of that visit to the Caxton – that would be a breach of the hotel’s license.

“So far, the Caxton are not commenting but police are definitely looking into this.”


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The development comes just a day after reports the Broncos issued forward Tevita Pangai Junior with a contract breach notice.

The 24-year-old was on Sunday placed on a 14-day ‘COVID Hold’ after attending the opening of a Brisbane barbershop with alleged links to the Mongol Bikie gang that was raided by police.

Brodie Croft (left), Anthony Milford (centre) and Allan Langer.Source:AAP

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Originally published asCaxton Hotel under investigation for allegedly ‘sneaking Langer in the back door’

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