John Smit - Drunkenly Knocking Jean De Villiers Out Cold - Having His Penis Exposed On National TV & Why The Lions Refused To Have Beers With The Boks In 2009!
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Today we bring you a heroic figure in South African rugby, the legendary captain of the 2007 World Cup winning team and all round rugby superstar John Smit. John takes us through his incredible career in rugby from the highs of uniting South Africa through the World Cup to the lows of the dirtiest intiations he was forced to do and having his manhood exposed on national TV after leaked video footage was released from the infamous military camp the Boks were forced to go on in 2003. We hear about who he thinks will be the next captain of SA, how crazy Rassie Erasmus was back in his playing days, the parental advice he got from Nelson Mandella, why he has had public beef with the owner of the Sharks on twitter, why he regrets that the British and Irish Lions squad never accepted his invitation to share a beer together and much more...... ---------- Summer is here - Shave Off Your Bush Now with Manscaped and get 20% off everything + a free pair of Boxes and Free Delivery with the code - RIGBIZPOD - https://uk.manscaped.com/ This week we're giving all of you 8 free beers and 2 packs of snacks - all you have to do is cover the delivery fee - click here to claim this incredible deal now - https://www.beer52.com/RIGBIZ
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