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The Cronulla Sharks says it had no choice but to dump troubled play-maker Todd Carney, after a distasteful photo of him surfaced on social media over the weekend. 

Carney can be seen performing a lewd act in the urinals at Sutherland Shire hotel, Northies, with reports the photo was taken two weeks ago.
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It's not the first time the 28 year old has been dumped from an NRL club, in 2008 he was let go from the Canberra Raiders after a string of off-field incidents and then the Sydney Roosters in September 2011. 

Carney was picked up by the Sharks in in October 2011 and signed a five year deal in 2013. 

In a statement, Sharks CEO Steve Noyce says Carney was knew what was expected of him. 
When Todd was first signed to the Sharks he was made well aware of his responsibilities both on and off the field, to himself, to the club and the game in general, however the photograph that appeared last night on social media does not meet the standards the club is looking to uphold and take into the future. 
It is believed the club will meet with players today to discuss the incident, while an investigation is underway into who released the photo. 


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