I don't know if many of you are aware, but two of the Wallabies - namely Matt Dunning and Lote Tuqiri - have recently been caught boozing in their hotel room till wee morning hours (5:20 am). In the aftermath of their drinking session, one of their companions beat up a cabby outside the hotel. As a result, John O'Neill (the head of ARU), issued them with a 12 midnight curfew. What I am wondering is if that curfew applies until 12 midnight Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), while they are in Europe? If so, they can have fun till around 4 pm Central European Time (CET) in order not to miss their curfew. Thus, they can't play any world cup games for the Wallabies. Alternatively, they can stay out all night and have a nice long afterparty. I reckon they're just a huge liability for the Wallabies anyway - I don't remember a time when Tuqiri scored a decent try, and a game in which Dunning didn't collapse at least 3 scrums - so it'd be better for the team management to let them be the team partymakers, or maybe even mascots (take a look at the picture linked below - don't they look 'adorable')!?