London Welsh forward Chris Hala’ufia is known for his bone-jarring hits, and he produced two of his best during his side’s clash with the Leicester Tigers on Sunday.
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The Tongan number eight first hit had the crowd in stitches, but his second cost his time dearly as his side went down 38-17.
Hala’ufia’s first big moment of the game came when he greeted an unclothed pitch invader with a monster hit, sending him crashing into the turf.
With the crowd having barely got over the hilarity of the incident, Hala’ufia then turned villain dumping opponent Laurence Pearce with a similar hit, before being handed his marching orders after shoving Pearce’s head into the ground.
Hala’ufia’ ill-discipline certainly cost his side, who went down by 21 points to the now fourth-placed Leicester.
London Welsh remain bottom of the table, still winless after 20 games.
Check out Hala’ufia’s big hit below: