Apparently Dan Carter is partying too hard in France and jeopardising his career...
The three-time IRB Player of the Year, who steered New Zealand to victory at the last World Cup, faces an uncertain future with the French Racing 92 club, after his arrest for drink-driving at nearly twice the allowable limit in Paris last month.
Racing owner Jacky Lorenzetti pointed the finger at Carter's lifestyle away from the game.
"I have long said that man was perfect, that he knew only one fault," Lorenzetti told Le Parisien.
"Finally it was discovered that he knew how to party. Perhaps today he is too much solicited from right and left by too many public relations operations.
"We will try to refocus him on rugby. The guy is responsible and big enough.
"I think he's going to do it on his own, we do not need to talk to him about it. He understood."
Maybe he's just been listening to Andrew W.K. too much... "When it's time to party we will party hard."
Or Deja Voodoo...