West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui allegedly suffered racial abuse from a fan during the Eagles’ loss to Fremantle on Sunday.
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Domain Stadium has investigated the incident which reportedly occurred in the eastern end of the ground, however it could not formally identify the crowd member responsible, AFL.com.au reports.
A spokesperson said the matter could not pursue the matter any further until more evidence became available.
Eagles youngster Andrew Gaff said he was disappointed upon hearing the incident.
“Obviously (there is) a zero tolerance policy around West Coast and Domain Stadium,” Gaff is quoted as saying on the Eagles’ website.
“So it’s disappointing. We come to the footy each week to support our team and hopefully they get over the line.
“It’s disappointing someone has crossed the line.”
Naitanui, born in Fiji, kicked two goals in the Eagles’ loss.
Its the second time Naitanui has been a victim of racial abuse in the past year.
A man appeared in court last year after sending Naitanui racist tweets in March 2014.
He was also racially vilified by a group of Collingwood supporters back in 2011, with several fans having to be ejected by security at the MCG.