The Sharks prop was allegedly involved in a road rage incident in Sydney’s south on Sunday.
Police are investigating a road rage incident involving Cronulla Sharks prop Andrew Fifita on Sunday, report Fairfax Media.
Fifita was questioned after reports he allegedly kicked and punched a car at Taren Point in Sydney.
Police told Fairfax Media that that the 25-year-old allegedly threw an object at a Subaru travelling behind him on Captain Cook Bridge at 2.30pm.
Both cars stopped before Fifita reportedly got out of his vehicle and directed verbal threats at the driver before punching and kicking the car being driven by a 23-year-old man.
NSW Police said the alleged victim reported the incident, with Fifita later appeared at Miranda police station to give a statement.
No arrests were made, but reports suggest police will consider pressing charges.
Fifita suffered a season-ending broken arm last week during the Sharks’ 16-12 loss to the Warriors in New Zealand.
He made headlines earlier in the year when he signed a lucrative four-year deal at the Bulldogs, only to have the contract torn up in March.