What the hell were you doing Hayne?
GOLD Coast superstar Jarryd Hayne is the latest player to come under scrutiny from the NRL's Integrity Unit, following the emergence of a video of him partying with alleged Hells Angel bikie enforcer Chris Bloomfield.
The video, which the Gold Coast Titans and the NRL have been made aware of, shows Bloomfield holding up a wad of $5000 cash and saying it came from 'Haynsey'.
Nene McDonald, who has finished his time with the Titans and been signed by the Dragons, is also under investigation over an Instagram photo of him with Bloomfield, a former Titans age group player.
Bloomfield will soon go to trial on charges of extortion, assault and stealing.
The Titans said in a statement: "We are liaising with the Integrity Unit and the players over the matter and have no further comment until those discussions are completed.”
Several NRL players have been linked to criminal elements in recent weeks and a special police task force is investigating players believed to be involved in match fixing.
The NRL has also sent letters to several players warning them to be careful of the company they keep after some were seen in the company of gambler and former brothel owner Eddie Hayson.
Earlier this month, Cronulla forward Andrew Fifita was widely criticised for publicly supporting one-punch killer Kieran Loveridge, a long-time friend of the Sharks enforcer, by writing his initials on wrist tape when he played.