NRL Investigate Video Footage Showing Nicho Hynes Blowing Up A Hospital While Dressed As A Nurse — The Betoota Advocate

NRL Investigate Video Footage Showing Nicho Hynes Blowing Up A Hospital While Dressed As A Nurse — The Betoota Advocate


Cronulla Sharks halfback Nicho Hynes’s representative rugby league career could be over before it even starts, after a video was leaked that shows him allegedly blowing up a general hospital with a remote detonator while disguised as a nurse.

This comes just hours after the 25-year-old was presented a NSW jersey, in an official pre-match ceremony for debutant State Of Origin players and their families.

Currently second in the Dally M ladder, Nicho Hynes has carried the Cronulla Sharks into the NRL’s top four almost completely on his own.

His trajectory as both a playmaker and natural leader captured the attention of NSW coach Brad Fittler as far back as 2021, and has seen him listed on the bench for the series opener against Queensland in Sydney tomorrow night.

However, this rugby league fairytale may have been jeopardised today, as video footage showing Nicho Hynes engaging in full-blown anarchism begins to circulate social media and major streaming networks

The rising rugby league prodigy is believed to have been joined by several nameless Chechen henchmen in his depraved efforts to expose society’s shortcomings with a highly-organised domestic terrorism, and several hospital staff allege that he was seen flipping a coin inside the ICU wards just moments before the explosions.

It is not known why the hospital became a target for the Nicho Hynes to blow up. Fortunately, nearly all the staff and patience were safely transferred before the activated the explosives were activated.

It is also believed that before fleeing the scene, Hynes and his gang of psychopathic criminals hi-jacked a bus containing patients and medical staff, who they then held hostage.

Both the NRL Integrity Unit and the Cronulla Sharks internal rug-sweeping division are currently investigating the scandal. However, Hynes has been given clearance to continue training with the NSW State Of Origin squad.

A statement from Hynes’s management could neither confirm or deny the footballer’s involvement in a nihilistic plot to thrust humanity into turmoil through a series of highly proficient psychological manipulations and strategically planned guerrilla attacks on major infrastructure.


Author: Stephen Bailey