Brett Stewart became the highest leading try-scorer in Manly Sea Eagles history on Monday, but his celebration was quite simply bizarre.
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The fullback scored twice for his side in their 11-10 loss to Penrith, with his second taking him to 152 tries, surpassing the record on Manly great Steve Menzies.
But it was his record-equalling first try that had everyone talking.
Stewart slid over the line before producing one of the weirdest try celebrations you’re ever likely to see.
Nobody has been able to attempt to provide an explanation for it either, and there must be something about Brookvale Oval and genitals following last week’s encounter between Korbin Sims and Willie Mason.
Check it out below!
Stewart’s tries were not enough to get the struggling Sea Eagles over the line, after a Matt Moylan field goal handed Manly its seventh defeat in te games.