A recent report by the independent Australian news agency RustyWatch has revealed that most people would decide against going fishing with Russell Crowe this week.

This comes as the 57-year-old Hollywood star and South Sydney Rabbitohs co-owner begins to enter the pre-Grand Final witching hour.

With his beloved Rabbitohs playing the Penrith Panthers for the NRL Premiership on Sunday night, it is believed that Rusty would be a nervous ball of superstitious energy right now.

The report finds that it would be unlikely that Rusty would be talking about anything other than the history of the South Sydney club – and drawing comparison between the current players and premiership-winning sides of the past.

Rusty’s social media footprint suggests he is currently stuck in hotel quarantine somewhere in the world. Rabbitohs fans are hoping that he’s in Brisbane, and will make it out in time to represent all of them at the battle of South and West at Suncorp.

However, his current isolation means Rusty is not hanging out with anyone at the moment, but it can be assumed that his contact list is getting a real touch up – as he calls every mate he has to tell them about how he’s feeling about the weekend.

The report also finds that not EVERYONE would find The Gladiator unbearable at the moment, with hundreds of thousands of equally rabid South Sydney die-hards out there who would be more than willing to do nothing but talk to Rusty about the Rabbitohs for the next 4 days.

The Betoota Advocate have decided against reaching out to Rusty for comment, for fear of being dragged into a 45 minute conversation about how Adam Reynolds is the new Alfie Langer.

On behalf of the people of Western Queensland, home of Charlie Frith (49 matches, 1978-1981), the Betoota Advocate would like to pass on the following message to Russell Crowe: Enjoy it Rusty, this is your week mate.


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