He says New Zealand Rugby bugged hotel room in Sydney,
where the All Blacks held meetings before the first Bledisloe Cup match against Australia.
The New Zealand Herald newspaper reported that the “sophisticated” listening device found on Monday was hidden in a chair.
He is scheduled to play the Wallabies in Australia on Saturday,
the All Blacks.
CEO of New Zealand rugby, Steve Tew said in a statement that the Australian police and the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has reported.
Saturday’s game is the first of three in the annual Bledisloe
between Australia and New Zealand Cup – All Blacks, who had not lost in 13 years.
Theo said: “We are taking this matter very seriously,
and because it will be a matter of the police, it would not be wise to go into further details.”
The New South Wales Police Force said in a statement that it became aware of the allegation on Saturday,
and had attended the hotel in a double bay, an area of Sydney.
The director Brad Hodder, local media that the forensic team were looking in “electronic packaging”.
Teo said he had spoken with ARU chairman Bill Pulver,
who was “just shocked as I was,” but he added that he is not a “catastophic issue” for Saturday’s game.
“We have not made any charges of any person so there is no room for denial,” said Teo.
Polfer said in the New Zealand Herald that the idea of tapping was “ludicrous,” he said ARU was not involved.
He said: “Mate, of course [Aro is not involved.
“I just thought it was an interesting idea ridiculous that there are listening devices placed in the team room.
I do not know how that can happen.”
The newspaper said that hide impurities “was an act of highly skilled and flour and whoever put it there may need to be a great deal of time had been withdrawn from such work done.”
Indications are that the device was working
and was able to move the talks about the strategy the All Blacks “for Saturday’s game.
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